Green freeports: Government announces £52m to support creation of two Scottish net zero hubs

Michael Holder
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Two boats and a semi-submersible exploration drilling rig docked at the quayside on the River Tay at Dundee, Scotland | Credit: iStock
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Two boats and a semi-submersible exploration drilling rig docked at the quayside on the River Tay at Dundee, Scotland | Credit: iStock

Bids invited to develop sea, air or rail port hubs in Scotland which must be aligned with net zero by 2045

The UK government is to invest £52m in the creation of two new net zero-aligned 'Green Freeports' in Scotland, as it yesterday invited businesses to prepare development bids for the sea, air, or rail port...

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