Spring Budget 2021: Sunak pledges to put green investment at heart of economic recovery

Offshore wind, carbon capture and freeports

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The new National Infrastructure Bank will be based in Leeds
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The new National Infrastructure Bank will be based in Leeds

Chancellor Rishi Sunak today closed his Budget address to Parliament by hymning the potential of clean technologies to create "decent well-paid green jobs" and drive the recovery from "one of the largest, most comprehensive and sustained economic shocks this country has ever faced".

Highlighting the example provided by Teesside, Sunak envisaged a "future economy" where the northern industrial hub is revitalised by the government's support for carbon capture technologies and offshore...

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