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Inquiry status: Inquiry concluded, Report and Government Response published
The Environmental Audit Committee published its report on The Green Investment Bank (PDF 2.68 MB) on 11 March 2011. The Government Response to this inquiry was published as the Committee's First Special Report of Session 2010-12 on 18 July 2011.
Environmental Audit Committee publish report
The Environmental Audit Committee will publish its report on The Green Investment Bank at 00.01am on Friday 11 March 2011
Environmental Audit Committee will take evidence from Business Secretary
The Environmental Audit Committee will take evidence from Environmental Industries Commission, ScottishPower, UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association, and EDF Energy.
Environmental Audit Committee takes evidence from Justine Greening MP
Committee’s inquiry is covering the ‘bank’ v ‘fund’ issue at the centre of recent press reports.
The Environmental Audit Committee will take evidence from the Woodland Trust, Consumer Focus, and the Co-operative Bank.
The Environmental Audit Committee will take evidence from the National Association of Pension Funds, Ernst & Young, and E3G
The Environmental Audit Committee will take evidence from Bob Wigley, Chairman, Green Investment Bank Commission, and James Cameron, Vice Chairman, Climate Change Capital.
MPs will take evidence on how the bank should be set up