Antiquated UK rules are holding back community energy's remarkable potential

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Antiquated UK rules are holding back community energy's remarkable potential

Lib Dem spokesperson for climate change Wera Hobhouse sets out her support for the cross-party Local Electricity Bill, which aims to empower community energy projects to sell directly to local customers

Transitioning to a sustainable world is urgent and critical for the survival of civilisation. But it presents UK business with an opportunity to flourish and community energy should be at the centre of...

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