Labour signals support for 2030 EU renewables target

James S Murray
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Ed Balls says an incoming Labour government would work with Brussels to deliver new renewables and energy efficiency targets

Labour last night moved to establish clear dividing lines between itself and both coalition parties, signalling that it would support new EU renewable energy and energy efficiency targets for 2030...

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