Does the Government need greater ambition to drive renewables growth?

Does the Government need greater ambition to drive renewables growth?

Yes, the UK is rapidly falling behind other European countries
It’s on the right track but needs to work harder to meet targets
Current targets are sufficient to drive growth

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