UK Infrastructure Bank sets out green investment priorities

Cecilia Keating
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The Chancellor visits the UK Infrastructure Bank in Leeds in June 2021 | Credit: Treasury, Flickr
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The Chancellor visits the UK Infrastructure Bank in Leeds in June 2021 | Credit: Treasury, Flickr

Public investment bank confirms clean energy will be its top priority due to its importance in delivering both net zero and energy security

The UK Infrastructure Bank has this morning launched its first strategic investment plan, confirming it plans to invest more in clean energy than in any other part of the economy. The £22bn roadmap,...

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