Low-carbon liquor: Government distills £11m boost for whisky decarbonisation projects

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Three of the winning projects are developing green hydrogen solutions to replace fossil fuels in distilling processes. The final winner is developing biofuel technology.
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Three of the winning projects are developing green hydrogen solutions to replace fossil fuels in distilling processes. The final winner is developing biofuel technology.

New funding awarded to four UK distilleries to support spirits' industry plans to develop innovative low-carbon technologies

Four UK distilleries have today won a share of £11m of government funding to support the development of green and energy efficient distilling processes. The winners of the Green Distilleries Competition...

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