Tory 'Tea Party tendency' putting green energy jobs at risk, warns Ed Davey
From The Observer:
Tens of billions of pounds of investment in low-carbon, job-creating energy infrastructure projects that are "ready to go" could be lost to Britain because of an anti-green movement that is sweeping through the Tory party, the Liberal Democrat energy secretary warns today.
In an interview with The Observer, Ed Davey describes a "Tea Party tendency" among Conservative MPs who question climate change and green investment as "perverse", and says it is creating deep uncertainty for an industry that could do much to help lift the country out of the economic doldrums.
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