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The UK government will support British industries—including the construction, mining, and quarrying sectors—with funding of $40.2 million (£32.5 million) to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels. The funding, announced on Friday, will support the development of clean alternatives to oil products to power operations and help industry cut emissions and energy costs, the UK government said. The funds will go toward developing alternatives to red diesel, or gas oil, such as electrification and green hydrogen, and are the government’s…

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