If a week is a long time in politics, let's hope several weeks is enough time for an energy revolution

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Molly Scott Cato argues the clean technologies that are capable of replacing Hinkley Point are ready and raring to go

My column is a week late and there is a good reason for this that is not connected with me lying in the sun or enjoying a cruise. The Prime Minister's sudden decision to review government support for nuclear...

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