Aviva plans £50m into green tech venture capital

Investments designed to support progress towards 2040 net-zero target

James Phillips
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Aviva plans £50m into green tech venture capital

Aviva has announced plans to invest £50m into venture capital funds that support emerging sustainable technology.

It follows the company's goal to become a net-zero carbon emissions firm by 2040, with the investments expected to have a specific focus on sustainability. The first investment, announced today ...

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