Could renewable energy unlock North East's green recovery?

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Simon Brett at the Port of Tyne argues the region is well placed to play a leading role in the UK's green recovery

Almost half of all the electricity generated in Britain between January and March 2020 originated from renewable sources and 30 per cent came from wind power. In particular, a surge in the use of wind...

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