Growth in green jobs slows as industry waits for government action

Madeleine Cuff
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Growth in green jobs slows as industry waits for government action

New data from the Renewable Energy Association suggests number of new green jobs created this year has hit a five-year low

The growth in the number of green jobs being created across the country has slowed over the last year thanks to the "bonfire" of clean energy policies under the current government, according to new research...

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