The Government should choose a future of renewable energy and ditch carbon pollution that is fuelling global warming, says Greenpeace UK climate and energy campaigner Lawrence Carter
Powering the Future 2014
The UK’s energy projects are worth a total of £218 billion in the Treasury’s national infrastructure plan, amounting to over 58 per cent of the total budget. Yet Britain’s renewable energy investment boom has consistently been overlooked. With global energy demand on the rise and nations competing in the clean energy race to combat climate change, this report takes a look at government policy on energy, the UK’s energy mix, new energy technology, and explores new finance channels within the sector.
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