Nov 1st 2012
PM calls for debate needed on future renewables energy policy once targets are met
Prime minister David Cameron has said the UK will need to debate its long-term renewable energy policy once existing targets for the sector are met. Speaking at prime minister's questions on Wednesday 31 October, Cameron assured the government was committed to the UK's "big pipeline" of onshore and offshore wind projects and there has been "no change towards renewable energy". He noted there had been more investment in renewable energy during three years of the coalition than the preceding 13 years of Labour government.
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