The XR effect: Ecotricity declares 'climate emergency' and sets 2025 net zero target

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Ecotricity CEO and founder Dale Vince / Credit: Ecotricity
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Ecotricity CEO and founder Dale Vince / Credit: Ecotricity

In what could prove to be a world first, green entrepreneur Dale Vince has today declared a 'climate emergency' at renewable energy specialist Ecotricity

Ecotricity has today followed in the footsteps of the House of Commons and around 500 local government bodies globally in formally declaring a 'climate emergency', making it one of the first companies...

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