Energy Institute: Four out of five energy professionals want a green recovery

Cecilia Keating
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Energy Institute: Four out of five energy professionals want a green recovery

Poll published by Energy Institute reveals that 70 per cent of energy professionals think the government should do more to meet climate goals

Britain's energy professionals are the latest group to back calls for a green recovery from the coronavirus crisis, with four out of five respondents of a survey compiled by the Energy Institute confirming...

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