Local energy goats urged

September 2008
Planning (14672073);9/19/2008, Issue 1787, p1
The article reports that a regional sustainability agency urged councils to have greater responsibility and incentives for hitting renewable energy targets in Great Britain. A report argues that changes to national policy and greater local support are needed if the South West is to help Great Britain meet its European Union agreed 15 percent renewable commitment.


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