An open letter to Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

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Kirsty Gogan of Energy for Humanity calls on the re-appointed Business Secretary to keep up the good work and unlock a new wave of clean infrastructure investment

Dear Greg, Congratulations on being reappointed to run BEIS. We really value your achievements and your commitment to the energy and climate change agenda. You should be proud that, under your watch,...

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