'Urgent imperative': UK industry slams 'absence of action' to support truck biofuels

Michael Holder
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More than 30 road transport sector leaders and environmental campaigners urge government to cut duty on low carbon biofuels

Over 30 road transport industry leaders and environmental campaigners have today urged the government to cut fuel duties on greener alternatives to diesel for heavy vehicles such as renewable biofuels,...

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