'Feasible and desirable': Study concludes government's new energy demand targets can be met

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'Feasible and desirable': Study concludes government's new energy demand targets can be met

But new study from CREDS argues more ambitious energy efficiency targets should be applied to more sectors of the UK economy to help accelerate energy independence and climate action

The government is today being called on to significantly strengthen energy efficiency policies and take steps to reduce overall energy demand, in order to both tackle the current energy supply crunch and...

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