10 lessons for green industries from the government's new Industrial Strategy

James Murray
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From support for electric cars to promises to tackle the skills crunch, there is a lot for green businesses to like in the government's proposed strategy - but does it go far enough?

The government yesterday published its long-awaited Industrial Strategy Green Paper, promising a raft of new policies and initiatives to bolster the UK's competitiveness in general and its green economy...

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