European boost for energy

September 2006
Cabinet Maker;9/8/2006, Issue 5504, p4
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the program of the European Parliament to advance its technology research such as development of LED and other energy efficient sources of lighting. To realize this aim, the Parliament has granted £33.8 billion to support its small to medium sized business and compete with the Far East low labor sector. However, some companies are unaware of such grants.


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