'Fragmented' policies hindering low-CO2 manufacturing
EEF calls on the government to outline its vision for low-carbon manufacturing in the UK, warning that incoherent policies and a lack of finance are hampering the sector's efforts to cut emissionsIn its latest report, Tech for growth, EEF warns that the UK’s position as a leading provider of low-carbon goods and services, and the manufacturing sector’s ability to reduce its environmental impac
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