UK not doing enough to support green start-ups, MPs warn

Will Nichols
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Low carbon innovators faced with muddled landscape of support measures and huge funding gaps when bringing clean technologies to market

Green businesses and clean tech entrepreneurs are not receiving enough support from government, MPs will warn today, arguing the UK is at risk of missing out on a £3.4 trillion global market opportunity....

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