Employment in UK's green economy continues to flatline, ONS figures suggest

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Energy efficient product sector is identified as a major jobs generator in latest ONS green economy report
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Energy efficient product sector is identified as a major jobs generator in latest ONS green economy report

Office for National Statistics highlights impact of Covid-19 on both employment and turnover in large businesses engaged in the renewable and low carbon economy

The number of people employed in the UK's low carbon and renewable energy economy is yet to recover to levels recorded in 2014, with official statistics published this morning revealing that 28,000 fewer...

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