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An aversion to risk and a desire for 'bankable' products has led to a decline in the development of breakthrough technology, writes Philip Totaro

'Wind innovation is being stifled by financiers and insurers'

An aversion to risk and a desire for 'bankable' products has led to a decline in the development of breakthrough technology, writes Philip Totaro

An aversion to risk and a desire for 'bankable' products has led to a decline in the development of breakthrough technology, writes Philip Totaro