'Grid decarbonisation isn't going fast enough': Top supermarkets call on government to ease barriers to renewables deployment

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'Grid decarbonisation isn't going fast enough': Top supermarkets call on government to ease barriers to renewables deployment

Co-op Group, Tesco, Morrisons, and M&S all back letter to Prime Minister urging him to overhaul clean power policies that are hampering the development of community-scale renewables projects

The government may already be facing growing calls from both the public and its own MPs to accelerate the roll out of renewable energy projects, but now some of the UK's leading supermarkets have got in...

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