Yesterday the government announced it’s long-awaited Clean Growth Strategy. Richard Gueterbock, Director, Clearfleau, commented: “We are pleased that the Clean Growth Strategy will encourage business models which encourage resource efficiency and offers support for switching to lower-carbon fuels. But this also requires specific measures to help SME businesses, in sectors like food and drink manufacturing, invest in on-site generation of bio-energy from process residues, to reduce both costs and carbon emissions. Large multinationals are already investing in low carbon manufacture but smaller companies need external support. This is a sector where the UK can take a lead but it needs seed funding to support British companies active in the sector, help develop low carbon systems and related technology, exploit potential export markets and create more engineering jobs.”
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