Clegg flies the green flag

Milne, Roger
September 2010
Utility Week;9/24/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the desire of British Liberal Democrats Leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the coalition government to be the greenest government. It notes that the promised Energy Security and Green Economy Bill of the coalition is scheduled for November 2010. It mentions the decision of the Parliament to hold an inquiry into the proposals of the coalition for a Green Investment Bank. Also stated is the plan of the government to outline its opinion on the new bank after the comprehensive spending review in October 2010.


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