'Build back greener': Government announces £180m wave of green business funding awards

James S Murray
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From pothole fixing robots to retro electric motorcycles, over 1,000 recipients of coronavirus response, clean tech innovation funding have been announced

The government has today announced clean tech innovation funding totaling £134m for over 1,000 projects across the UK, just 24 hours after confirming the award of £49m to a raft of green automotive initiatives....

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