Government holds out prospect of early support for low carbon projects

James S Murray
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Proposed “investment instruments” would give secretary of state power to guarantee prices for renewables and nuclear developers ahead of 2014 electricity market reforms

Renewable energy and nuclear power projects that are currently awaiting final investment decisions could soon receive specially tailored support from the government under controversial proposals set out...

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