SSE, ScottishPower, National Grid, and NatWest named as COP26 sponsors

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The COP26 UN climate change summit is set to take place in Glasgow in November 2021
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The COP26 UN climate change summit is set to take place in Glasgow in November 2021

Clutch of energy and banking firms are first partners for crucial UN climate summit, as major undersea cable project is announced

The first corporate sponsors for the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow have been unveiled today by the UK government, with energy firms SSE, ScottishPower, and National Grid along with banking giant NatWest...

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