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More is needed in the National Infrastructure Strategy and the Autumn Budget to build a long-lasting green recovery

Alistair Phillips-Davies, SSE Chief Executive | SSE

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Funding for green homes and energy efficiency is a welcome boost but more action will be needed in the National Infrastructure Strategy and the Autumn Budget to build a long-lasting green recovery.

We’ve already put our money where our mouth is with £7.5bn of low-carbon investment over the next five years and Government can unlock more from industry with stronger policy signals, particularly on carbon capture and storage and the rollout of electric vehicle charging infrastructure and we’re a willing partner to make these a reality over the coming months.

Read the most recent article written by Alistair Phillips-Davies, SSE Chief Executive - Investing in the electricity network must be the backbone of a green 'build back better'

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