Ernst & Young: Green investors fear UK dash for gas

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Worries gas may be preferred to renewables sees UK fall down ranking of world's most attractive countries for clean energy investment

Fears the UK will use gas-fired power stations to deal with its looming energy crisis rather than turn to renewable sources have seen the country drop out of the top five most attractive countries for...

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