Government bullish over Energy Bill despite faltering renewables investment

James S Murray
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Political miscommunication and policy inconsistency blamed, as UK slips in Ernst & Young renewables investment league table

The scale of the challenge faced by the government as it today launches its long-awaited Energy Bill will be highlighted this morning, with confirmation the UK has slipped down the rankings in Ernst &...

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