UK whisky industry toasts £10m fund to help distilleries go green

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The fund aims to help whisky distilleries decarbonise their operations
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The fund aims to help whisky distilleries decarbonise their operations

Applications open for £10m government funding pot to help distilleries switch to low-carbon fuels such as hydrogen, biomass and repurposed waste

Whisky is already associated with some of the UK's wildest and greenest places, with iconic lines such as Glenfiddich and Bushmills made in distilleries dotted across the Scottish and Northern Irish countrysides....

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