Tories propose scheme to bolster clean technology

A scheme to provide public-private funding and business advice for new clean technology companies has been proposed by the Conservative Party

The proposals are intended to help companies developing cleaner technologies in sectors such as renewable energy, wastewater treatment and land remediation.

Shadow Chancellor George Osborne asked a group of cleantech experts chaired by David Mott, co-founder of venture capital firm Oxford Capital Partners, to formulate the proposals.

Too many small firms fail because of a lack of access to capital and poor business expertise, the

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