UK low-carbon investment set to be blown off course
With economic and political headwinds threatening the UK’s transition to net zero, Energy UK fears that the country is set to lose out on £62 billion of low carbon investment over the next decade. Yet the trade body believes it is not too late for the government to act. Writing for Utility Week, policy experts Adam Berman and Mark Williams outline a series of measures they believe the UK will need to make the market sufficiently attractive for investors.
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