China and US remain most attractive locations for renewables investment

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UK position in Ernst and Young rankings improves on back of electricity market reforms

China and the US have maintained their positions as the most attractive countries for renewable energy investment, while the UK moves up one place to fifth, a new report says. The results of Ernst and...

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