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  1. Can the Environment Survive Theresa May’s Premiership?

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    July 15, 2016 by Nash Riggins

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    Theresa May is definitely not one to mince words. She’s a no-nonsense politician with a clear sense of direction, and …
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  2. What Happened to the “Greenest Government Ever”?

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    March 20, 2014 by Nash Riggins

    When David Cameron rose to power in 2010, he vowed to pilot the UK’s “greenest government ever“. He condemned the …
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  3. Gas crisis could have been easily avoided

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    March 26, 2013 by Nash Riggins

    Last month, OFGEM executive Alistair Buchanan warned energy customers that government-mandated falls in the UK’s power production capacity would lead to …
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  4. Green Deal still needs an overhaul

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    March 1, 2013 by Nash Riggins

    Five months on, the Department of Energy & Climate Change’s Green Deal initiative has continued to evolve in an effort …
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  5. How will energy customers fare in 2013?

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    January 3, 2013 by Nash Riggins

    2012 has undeniably been a horrendous year for domestic energy customers in the UK; however, if the market continues along …
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  6. New Energy Bill is Dumbest Yet

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    November 26, 2012 by Nash Riggins

    The UK government has finally published details of the long-awaited Energy Bill that will shape the nation’s power infrastructure for …
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  7. Ed Davey’s energy proposal will accomplish nothing

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    November 20, 2012 by Nash Riggins

    Energy Secretary Ed Davey is expected to outline a proposal today that will ensure all UK households are inherently placed on …
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