Gareth Redmond-King - World Wide Fund for Nature
Last quote by Gareth Redmond-King
Green energy forecasting could be a game changer – making the connection between the weather and energy and helping people use electricity when it's greenest. This is not just good news for reducing the effects of climate change but could also help us cut our home energy bills and it's vital the UK Government bring in time of use tariffs quickly to maximise these opportunities.feedback
Gareth Redmond-King has most recently been quoted in an article called National Grid’s ‘greenest summer’ ever spells trouble for fossil fuel plants. Gareth Redmond-King said, “It's time for the UK Government to step up and deliver a strong and ambitious clean growth plan, continuing to support renewables, cleaning up our transport and making our homes more energy efficient.”. Gareth Redmond-King has been quoted a grand total of 4 times in 4 articles.
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Quotes by Gareth Redmond-King
Sep 25 2017
It's time for the UK Government to step up and deliver a strong and ambitious clean growth plan, continuing to support renewables, cleaning up our transport and making our homes more energy efficient.feedback
Aug 24 2017
To ensure the UK doesn't miss out on the jobs and investment opportunity in clean, modern vehicles, the UK should up its ambition. Cleaning up transport and boosting home energy efficiency must be priorities for the UK government in the forthcoming clean growth plan. Both measures will create jobs for UK businesses and reduce costs to the NHS caused by noxious air pollution and cold, leaky homes.feedback
Mar 23 2017
It's important to remember that there is genuine hope. This inspiring vision of change reaffirms that we still have time, provided we commit to serious, ambitious and urgent action to control our environmental impact. Every journey, however long and complicated, is easier with a clear map.feedback
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