COMMENT: The Treasury sides with the consumer over climate policy

July 23, 2012 5:35 PM

Writing for the Spectator's Coffee House TPA Director Matthew Sinclair looks at the latest report from the Energy and Climate Change Committee.
Tim Yeo is now posing as a friend of the consumer. Launching the latest report from the Energy and Climate Change Committee this morning, he attacked the Treasury for ‘refusing to back new contracts to deliver investment in nuclear, wind, wave and carbon capture and storage’. The report argues that could ‘impose unnecessary costs on consumers’.

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Writing for the Spectator's Coffee House TPA Director Matthew Sinclair looks at the latest report from the Energy and Climate Change Committee.
Tim Yeo is now posing as a friend of the consumer. Launching the latest report from the Energy and Climate Change Committee this morning, he attacked the Treasury for ‘refusing to back new contracts to deliver investment in nuclear, wind, wave and carbon capture and storage’. The report argues that could ‘impose unnecessary costs on consumers’.

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