In January, the Prime Minister announced Cornwall as the host of the 2021 G7 Summit. Already a powerhouse for green innovation, Cornwall provides an ideal location for a summit focused on global recovery from the pandemic, climate change and the green industrial revolution. Below read more about Cornwall’s distinctive opportunities and emerging sectors in our press section and the Local Industrial Strategy for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Cornwall is a region known for its natural beauty, but it is also a powerhouse for green innovation. Its geology makes it the perfect location for deep geothermal energy, and its deep waters and winds create the opportunity for Floating Offshore Wind. From data and space to renewables and geo-resources, read more below on why Cornwall is leading the way in the green industrial revolution.
The Local Industrial Strategy for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly is built on evidence of our county’s distinctiveness and future opportunities for economic development, jobs and wages growth. It has been developed in partnership with government and sets out a compelling case for Cornwall and Scilly to both government and private sector potential future investors and sets out how we can help contribute to national ambitions and address national challenges.