CBI voices "mounting frustration" over delay to renewables subsidy decision

James S Murray
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“This political deadlock is endangering the prospect of millions of pounds of investment”

The CBI has joined the chorus of criticism over the government's delay to a crucial decision on changes to renewable energy subsidies that had been expected yesterday. The Department of Energy and Climate...

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