It's make your mind up time

Hewitt, Phil
September 2016
Utility Week;9/9/2016, p12
Trade Publication
The article offers information regarding the condition of the renewable energy industry in Great Britain. It discusses issues concerning the impact of energy policies on businesses and investors as well as discusses fuel generation in the country. It also discusses the government decision on Hinkley Point C issue.


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