Report: UK could be net energy exporter by 2050

Jessica Shankleman
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Study claims UK offshore renewable energy could turn the country into a net exporter of energy once more

The first study to put a financial value on the UK's offshore renewable energy resource has concluded that the nascent sector could transform the country from a net energy importer to a net energy exporter...

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