Exclusive: Blue chips halt work on Green Deal Finance Company

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Thirteen firms including E.ON and RWE warn Deputy Prime Minister that funding delays have put flagship energy efficiency policy 'in jeopardy'

A group of companies expected to finance the government's Green Deal energy efficiency scheme have issued a stark warning to the Deputy Prime Minister that its flagship policy is in jeopardy as a result...

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