At least 100 billion pounds of private sector investment in hydrocarbons or "offshore" wind power is necessary for the United Kingdom to achieve its carbon neutrality objective in 2050 and for its energy supply, argues Wednesday September 6 OEUK, the sectoral lobby.
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