China’s rise up the index, which takes it to joint fourth place with Spain, is due to its growth in wind energy and a fast build up of supply chain capability, says E&Y. China aims to generate 15% of the country’s energy from non-carbon sources by 2012.
The UK’s drop in the index is due to delays in the implementation of the Energy Bill which is currently under review, E&Y says. “The UK is possibly being overly dependent on its ability to translate ambitious targets into reality and needs to
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