This Strategic Plan was produced by UK Infrastructure Bank, a member of IPFA.
The UK Infrastructure Bank’s new £22bn plan to tackle climate change and boost regional growth will make clean energy the largest sector for investment.
Launching its first Strategic Plan today, the Bank’s CEO John Flint said that improving energy security and supply is a top priority which will help deliver the UK’s Net Zero commitments and tackle regional economic inequality.
As it celebrates its first birthday, the Bank sets out its ambition to invest in other key sectors for the UK’s economic future across transport, digital, water and waste, financing the scale up of existing infrastructure and accelerating the deployment of new technologies.
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