Cities & Buildings Watt Matters Podcast - 08/November/2023

In the public eye

Public transport operators are highly visible to the wider public. Increasingly their services are being electrified or run on clean energy. In this special live episode, Watt Matters delves into the procurement issues these operators are facing when it comes to low-carbon solutions

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