Green Tech Task Force launches in bid to bridge UK's north-south divide

Michael Holder
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Green Tech Task Force launches in bid to bridge UK's north-south divide

Tech Task Force will focus on smart technologies that boost resource efficiency and improve economic prospects for manufacturing regions

A new Tech Task Force has been launched in a bid to tackle the UK's north-south divide though the wider use of smart technologies that boost business resource efficiency and improve economic prospects...

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