December 10, 2012

UK Energy Plan: A Model for a Low-Carbon Future?

Jon Hurdle, AOL Energy


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Can government stimulate investment in renewable energy generation by guaranteeing an electricity price for developers of sources such as wind and nuclear? . .

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TAGGED: Renewable Energy, United Kingdom, UK Energy Policy, Carbon Emissions, Global Carbon Emissions, Energy Innovation, AOL Energy

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