The UK has developed a world-leading offer for investors across the clean growth economy.

In the ‘Ten point plan for a green industrial revolution’opens www.gov.uk in a new tab, together with the ‘Net Zero Strategy’opens www.gov.uk in a new tab and our ‘Energy Strategy’opens www.gov.uk in a new tab, we set out our plan to drive an unprecedented £100 billion of private sector investment by 2030.


UK ambition to achieve up to 50 GW of offshore wind by 2030


The UK currently has 14GW of solar capacity. We aim to grow this by up to 5 times by 2035


UK ambition to achieve up to 10GW of low carbon hydrogen production capacity by 2030

Future Cities

The UK tech industry is a key growth sector, growing at a faster rate than the UK economy and maintaining its lead as one of the world’s premier locations for tech of all kinds.

The UK is more attractive to international investors than ever, with 63% of tech investment in 2020 coming from overseas, up from 50% in 2016.

New unicorn

First in Europe to produce 100 tech unicorns


More than half of all UK-based R&D business expenditure is undertaken by foreign-owned companies


The UK is home to four of the world’s top ten universities; Oxford, Cambridge, University College London and Imperial College London

Future Mobility

The Transitioning to zero emission cars and vans: 2035 delivery planopens www.gov.uk in a new tab states the UK’s aim to be the fastest G7 nation to decarbonise vehicles. Petrol, diesel car and van sales will be phased out and all new cars and vans must be fully zero emission at the tailpipe by 2035.

With a £2.8 billion package to support the phase out dates, this ambitious plan will accelerate demand for zero emission vehicles.

New electric vehicle

The UK is one of the top 10 countries in the world for electric vehicle growth and penetration rates


Charging infrastructure is also speeding ahead: the UK ranks fourth in Europe for the number of AC and DC charging installations


Annual sales of new battery electric vehicles are forecast to reach 2.5 million each year in the UK by 2030

Sustainable Consumption

Combining high-quality produce with cutting-edge technology, the UK is at the forefront of innovation in sustainable consumption.

The UK presents many opportunities for exporters, investors, and international buyers, with key capabilities across the sustainable consumption supply chain and all stages of product development.

Food and drink

The UK’s food and drink industry is the country’s biggest manufacturing sector by turnover, valued at £104.4 billion

New procurement

The United Kingdom is the 3th largest country supplier to the UN and procurement from UK suppliers reached a record high of $1.3 billion


The UK’s top 15 food manufacturers spend £900 million annually on research and development

Invest in the UK

The government is identifying new projects across the whole of the UK. Investors who are interested in our projects can find out more here.

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