Mechanical Engineers warn of rising fuel costs

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A report from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers released on 20th May, found that 60% of manufacturers say that rising power bills are a major concern. This coincided with an announcement from Chris Huhne, who announced some of the strongest emission cutting targets in the world for the UK.

John Wood, the president of the Institution of Mechancial Engineers said:

“the UK is showing clear international leadership by moving forward with its transition to a lkow carbon economy, but this is going to mean higher energy costs for everybody “

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