Cumbria has it's own regeneration company, Britain's Energy Coast.
The website can be found at: From the website: Britain’s Energy Coast™ is a 2 billion package of regeneration projects that will establish the West Coast of Cumbria as a major national hub for low carbon and renewable energy generation.
It is complemented by a 350-berth marina, which will put Barrow firmly on the itineraries of boat owners and yachties and establish the town as the “sea gateway” to the Lake District.
Building on the existing expertise within West Cumbria’s world-renowned nuclear industry, the vision is to transform the boroughs of Copeland, Allerdale and Furness into a thriving centre of excellence for energy technologies ranging from off-shore wind, tidal and wave to biomass, anaerobic digestion and energy from waste.
Nationally the Britain’s Energy Coast™ initiative could play a major role in the country’s response to the pressing challenges of climate change and energy security.
A new compulsory insurance framework that covers automated vehicles will be mandated as part of measures in the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill which is going through Parliament.
“This will ensure that victims have quick and easy access to compensation,” Mr Grayling will claim.
Mr Grayling will say: “We’ve seen nothing in our lifetimes that can compare with the motoring revolution that’s just around the corner.