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Fund managers sought for non-domestic energy efficiency drive

28 March 2012

The UK Green Investments (UKGI) team from the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills is seeking expressions of interest from experienced fund managers to run government managed accounts of up to £100m to invest in the non-domestic energy efficiency infrastructure sector. Potential candidates will be responsible for a range of energy efficiency projects, including building retro fit, urban infrastructure and industrial energy efficiency.

Success in this sector is an essential part of the Government’s commitment to achieving the transition to a green economy and delivering long-term sustainable growth. In December 2011, UKGI started the process of looking for fund managers to invest in waste infrastructure projects ahead of the establishment of the Green Investment Bank (GIB).

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