Conference speech promises government will build on the UK’s position as a pioneer in battery and electric vehicle technology
Theresa May today said the UK would continue to fund the development of new battery and clean technologies, as it seeks to step up exports of green products around the world.
In a speech that was disrupted by protestors, a collapsing backdrop, and May’s faltering voice, the Prime Minister offered a few words of support for the UK’s clean tech sector, arguing the government was keen to cement its position as a world-leading low carbon technology hub.
She also underlined the government’s continued support for graphene development, which is expected to play a key role in future clean technologies.
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Source: Business Green