Tech Zero Taskforce: 15 leading UK tech firms join government-backed green coalition

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Firms including Bulb, allplants, Revolut and MoneySuperMarket Group join initiative which aims to sign-up 1,000 companies before COP26 in November

Fifteen fast-growing British tech firms have joined forces to as part of a new government-backed taskforce aimed at tackling the climate crisis and attracting green investment to the UK. Dubbed the...

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