PwC: £400bn additional infrastructure spend essential over next decade to reach Net Zero goal

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Offshore wind has helped spur progress towards the UK's net zero goals but infrastructure investment is urgently needed in other sectors, PwC argues
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Offshore wind has helped spur progress towards the UK's net zero goals but infrastructure investment is urgently needed in other sectors, PwC argues

A new analysis highlights the increasing availability of low cost capital for net zero technology and infrastructure, but calls for a clearer policy framework to attract it

Around £400bn of investment will be required in green infrastructure over the next decade if the UK is to meet its net zero target, according to a new report from PwC calling for a clear policy framework...

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