Global standard promises following wind for UK turbine firms

James S Murray
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Tokyo meeting moving towards agreement on international standard for small-scale wind turbines that should provide boost for UK exports

As 35,000 delegates gather in Copenhagen, a much smaller meeting is under way in Tokyo that could have a more immediate impact for one of the UK's leading clean technology sectors. A working group...

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