TSB wants UK to be first on the grid for low-carbon vehicles

Will Nichols
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Infiniti's EMERG-E plug-in hybrid sports car the first of three prototypes built as part of £20m project to develop UK's green auto supply chain

The UK's potential to be a market leader in low-carbon vehicles was ably demonstrated by the unveiling of the first of three low-carbon cars partially funded by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) at the...

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