Scotland moves to cement low carbon dominance

BusinessGreen staff

Flurry of announcements underline Scotland's position as emerging clean tech hub

The Scottish government has today released a series of announcements designed to underline the country's position at the heart of the UK's low carbon transition, including a bold move to try and convince the government to locate its planned Green Investment Bank in Edinburgh.

BusinessGreen runs down all the latest low carbon news from north of the border.

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