Clean energy investment hits ‘lowest point in a decade’, committee warns

The government must outline how it will secure the investment needed to meet the UK’s carbon budgets after policy changes cause a ‘dramatic and worrying collapse’ in investment, according to MPs

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Investment in clean energy at 'lowest level since 2008'

Investment in clean energy fell by more than 50% in 2017, an inquiry by the parliamentary Environmental Audit Committee has revealed.

In a report published today, the cross-party group of MPs said that the fall in investment was “dramatic and worrying”, and it questioned the UK’s ability to meet its legally-binding carbon reduction targets.

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