Green growth theme announced for Midlands Engine’s next Quarterly Economic Briefing

Date posted: September 5, 2022
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On 12 October, 10:00am-12:00pm, the Midlands Engine Partnership will hold their next Quarterly Economic Briefing, with a focus on financing regional green growth initiatives. Confirmed speakers include:

  • Ingrid Holmes, Executive Director, the Green Finance Institute
  • Anna Cartwright, Deputy Director of Local Authority Lending for the UK Infrastructure Bank

The briefing will also feature a panel discussion featuring representatives from organisations including:

  • The Environment Agency
  • Transport for West Midlands

Attendees, along with Midlands Engine partners and regional industry representatives will use the briefing as an opportunity to discuss environmental investment in the Midlands, how best to blend public and private finance for new and existing green growth initiatives and increasing the availability of green finance for infrastructure.

Those interested in learning more are invited to join the briefing virtually at this link: https://bit.ly/3CYKHBG

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