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foreign direct investment
Tees Valley is driving UK clean growth, converting sustainable feedstocks into high-value biopharmaceuticals, food and feed, biofuels and biochemical products.
Companies in the connected and automated mobility (CAM) Testbed UK region of Oxfordshire and the Midlands are leading the move to zero emission vehicles and green public transport.
Carbon fibre can help revolutionise wind power and drive efficiencies in aerospace and automotive sectors, and Tees Valley companies are well-placed to make this happen.
Chemicals are essential to establishing a low-carbon economy, and companies operating in the Humber are delivering solutions to support a healthy, modern and sustainable lifestyle.
The UK is leading the uptake and recycling of electronic waste (e-waste) and in Telford, investors can access a growing cluster of circular economy companies. They focus on large appliance e-waste and use the talent and wider industry ecosystem to seize the opportunities in this sector.
South Wales is pioneering the way forward in designing, developing, and commercialising the compound semiconductors needed for a net zero economy.
An opportunity exists to invest alongside a group of growing Agri-Tech companies in North and West Yorkshire and develop innovative farming techniques that will transform food security and the circular economy.
Industrial robotics, digitalisation and automation support decarbonisation of the agri-food sector by optimising energy efficiency and recovery; Greater Lincolnshire companies are well placed to make it happen.
Fusion energy can power the world of tomorrow and companies in Oxfordshire are leading the race to make this happen.
Heat networks form an essential and significant part of the UK’s plan to reduce carbon emissions, and The North East and Tees Valley are primed to lead the UK in delivering this.