British Industry Supercharger: Government unveils new scheme to bring UK industrial energy costs into line with competitors

James Murray
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A mill in Newport owned by Liberty Steel | Credit: Liberty Steel
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A mill in Newport owned by Liberty Steel | Credit: Liberty Steel

Government to consult on new plan that will see 300 energy intensive firms receive more targeted support to curb energy costs and boost net zero transition

The government has today responded to long-standing calls for it to boost support for energy intensive industries and tackle the risk of 'carbon leakage' with the unveiling of a new British Industry Supercharger...

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