Energy intensive industries given £12 million boost to cut emissions and costs
UK government announces further funding to help businesses clean up industrial processes and improve energy efficiency.
- £12.4 million in government funding is helping some of the most polluting industries find new ways to reduce their carbon emissions and energy bills
- funding has supported the deployment of a range of new technologies, from heat pumps to hydrogen-ready equipment, to help businesses cut fossil fuel use and improve energy efficiency
- investment is helping to future-proof vital British industries in the transition to a lower carbon economy
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