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The next government must start delivering climate policies on the ground to ensure the UK hits net zero, argues Energy Networks Association chief executive David Smith

All eyes are on the polls in the lead up to the general election next month. No matter who comes out ahead, our political leaders must commit to doing more to achieve net zero. Climate change is the defining...

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