Industrial Digitalisation: Manufacturers could cut UK emissions 4.5 per cent

James Murray
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Major new government-commissioned review argues new smart technologies could revolutionise manufacturing sector, boosting productivity and slashing resource use

The UK manufacturing sector could slash carbon emissions by 4.5 per cent, boost industrial productivity by more than 25 per cent, and deliver £455bn of benefits to the economy through the adoption of digital...

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