Summer Budget fails to give clarity on green energy

The chancellor has held back from giving investors clarity on post-2020 renewable energy levy funding and dropped a pledge to increase green taxes

by Paul Hatchwell
Chancellor George Osborne's decision to axe green electricity exemptions from the Climate Change Levy has angered the renewable energy sector (photograph: altogetherfool/Flickr)
Chancellor George Osborne's decision to axe green electricity exemptions from the Climate Change Levy has angered the renewable energy sector (photograph: altogetherfool/Flickr)

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