Labour challenges coalition to decarbonise Energy Bill

Jessica Shankleman
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Party also proposes to tighten emissions performance standard to encourage carbon capture and storage on power plants

Labour this week moved to beef up the government's Energy Bill, proposing a series of new amendments designed to accelerate investment in green infrastructure, including a rigorous decarbonisation target...

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