'The signal is: Don't invest in Britain': Green business groups slam the economic recklessness of Rishi Sunak's oil and gas bonanza

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'The signal is: Don't invest in Britain': Green business groups slam the economic recklessness of Rishi Sunak's oil and gas bonanza

Green businesses up and down the country will be left confused and frustrated by the government's continued love affair with domestic oil and gas extraction, experts tell BusinessGreen

Thousands of companies across the UK have committed to decarbonising their operations, typically starting by rethinking the energy that powers their buildings, factories, and vehicles. Others, vying for...

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