UK Infrastructure Bank launches with plan to drive investment in net zero transition

Cecilia Keating
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UK Infrastructure Bank launches with plan to drive investment in net zero transition

New government-backed bank tasked with tackling climate change and levelling up regional inequalities has formally opened at its Leeds HQ

The UK Infrastructure Bank has opened for business and is ready to start delivering on its twin aims of tackling climate change and supporting regional economic growth, the government has confirmed...

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