The UK has risen to become the seventh most attractive destination in the world for renewables investment this year, with green energy finance picking up pace despite Brexit casting a shadow of uncertainty over the economy. While investment in other parts of the economy has stalled due to the ongoing lack of clarity over the UK’s future relationship with the EU, today’s latest assessment from consultancy EY indicates investor support for renewables is in fact increasing.
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Britain has overtaken Japan, which drops to eighth, while China remains top of the rankings and the US keeps second place in EY’s biannual renewable energy country attractiveness index (Recai). The report, which ranks 40 countries, said spending on green energy in the UK was “picking up pace” despite “uncertainty” brought about by Brexit.
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