Government unveils UK database of 4,300 low carbon projects

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Government unveils UK database of 4,300 low carbon projects

Views sought on new BEIS database which aims to showcase to investors the thousands of green organisations and projects given government funding since 2012

The government has unveiled an online database of 4,300 low carbon organisations and projects which have received some form of taxpayer funding over the past five years, in a bid to champion both the UK's...

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