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Reported by RenewableUK on 5 August 2019

Economy-wide coalition of companies and organisations urges Government to support onshore wind

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The CBI’s Senior Policy Adviser on Energy and Climate Change, Tanisha Beebee said: “The CBI is eager to see the development and progression of renewable energy technologies, with associated economic, environmental and industrial benefits across the UK, and this begins with further harnessing the UK’s potential for the cheapest new-build energy technology – onshore wind”.

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RenewableUK. Press release - Economy-wide coalition of companies and organisations urges Government to support onshore wind. URL: http://www.renewableuk.com/news/464185/Economy-wide-coalition-of-companies-and-o.... [Date Accessed: 05/08/2019].

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