31 October 2014

The Green Investment Bank: Helping Business Lead Our Response to Climate Change

The first project of its kind in the world, £1.6billion of Government investment has leveraged £3.6billion from private investors like Marubeni corporation, Siemens and KFW in getting 37 green projects off the ground. It means the Bank has now passed an impressive milestone - helping finance a total of over £5billion of investment in the UK's green infrastructure.

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Ed Is Really Keen To End The Row Over 'Branch Office' Scotland

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