Nest pledges £1.4bn for British green energy investment

Hope William-Smith
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Government-backed auto-enrolment provider Nest has partnered with Octopus Renewables in a bid to increase investment in clean energy infrastructure.

The new partnership - announced on Saturday (13 March) - will see £250m committed across the UK and Europe this year as Nest builds up to its goal of £1.4bn by 2030. Specialist clean energy prov...

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