Net Zero: Move to green supply needs logical and proper transition | Angela Knight

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‘There is an issue that one has to think through… how energy policy is logically and properly made. It cannot just be an emotional desire to rush to green supply.’

Ex-Chief Executive of Energy UK, Angela Knight, on how the move to green energy needs a ‘proper transition.’

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