'Pick winners': MPs urge government to back specific technologies to decarbonise transport

Cecilia Keating
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A junction in Birmingham, England | Credit: iStock
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A junction in Birmingham, England | Credit: iStock

UK's current technology agnostic approach to greening transport is slowing investment, MPs on the Transport Committee warn

MPs have urged the government to shelve its current "technology neutral" approach to decarbonising transport and start backing specific technology solutions, including sustainable aviation fuels (SAF)...

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