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Unilever CEO Says Concerned With Planned Cuts In UK Government Subsidies For Renewable Energy

December 4, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever CEO Paul Polman said he shares the solar power industry’s concern regarding the UK government’s plan to reduce subsidies to solar and wind power generation. Polman also said businesses must act to help promote sustainability and reduce greenhouse gases emissions; however, he also stressed that governments need to act to ensure environmental goals are achieved. According to the UK government, the renewable energy sector is on track to exceed its target of accounting for 5.4 percent of all annual energy provision by 2013–2014.
Kamal Ahmed, "Unilever questions government cuts to green energy support", BBC, December 04, 2015, © BBC
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