UK rejects bid for low-carbon power target

The UK House of Commons has defeated a proposed amendment to the government’s energy bill that would have set an aggressive 2030 target for lowering carbon emissions in electric power generation.

The amendment, proposed by Conservative Tim Yeo, called for target range to be set next year.

The amendment failed 290 votes to 267.

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