Matthew Spencer argues the government's desire to deliver flexible electricity market reforms is denying investors the certainty they need
Yesterday's Energy Bill continues the government's track record of private enthusiasm and public reticence on its low carbon reform agenda. The coalition appears to have maintained its interdepartmental...
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