Green power investment halved by 'uncertainty'

Loveday, Trevor
November 2012
Utility Week;11/30/2012, p7
Trade Publication
The article highlights the concern expressed by renewable energy companies about a 50 per cent decline in green power investment caused by the British government's failure to determine key details of how renewable power would be supported by its Electricity Market Reform (EMR) package.


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