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Election 2015 energy manifesto map

By Rob Jeffery Friday 01 May 2015

With less than a week to go until polling day, the election is still too close to call. With stunts and sound bites (and even selfies) grabbing the headlines, it can be tricky at times to decipher what each party is actually saying on specific policies. Naturally, energy and environmental issues matter to us as a company, and we know they matter to lots of our customers too.

So, to cut through the confusion, we’ve produced a simple manifesto map showing what the main parties are saying in this space, allowing you to compare policy against policy.

 

 

election 2015 energy manifesto map