Would this government back renewables without binding 2030 targets?

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REA Chief Executive Dr Nina Skorupska asks what life would be like without binding 2030 renewables targets

Welcome to 2030... What would the UK be like in 2030 with a simple greenhouse gas target and no binding 2030 renewables targets? I can think of several Tory backbenchers and Telegraph bloggers who would...

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