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The covid recovery & energy: where should the UK spend? Chinwag Podcast
- Jul 3, 2020 8:59 am GMT
This week, the UK's Prime Minister promised to 'build, build, build', referring to housing and infrastructure. There have been statements about 'coming back stronger and greener'. So it's no surprise that industry sectors from hydrogen to carbon capture to EVs and more are busily lobbying to grab a share of whatever money eventually proves to be available. Dr Massey and I chinwag through some of the issues: where should that money go? What will be the priorities? Will short-term recovery always be in line with long-term sense? Could small firms lose out to the lobbying power of the biggest ones? Click below to enjoy!
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