Cornwall’s potential for green energy

“The G-7 is heading to Cornwall, home to one of the UK’s most innovative and sustainable spaces.”

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Cornwall folk are looking forward to showing world leaders in June that it “has more to offer than just an idyllic setting for tourists”:

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“I hope we are able to promote the potential for green energy down here,” says Ms Frankell. “We have great geothermal projects, wind power on the waves, and the best-quality lithium reserves. This county has a real opportunity to become a world leader in green energy. Those are the kind of things we want to grow, along with our cultural heritage, our language, our history.”

Carbis Bay G7 summit: Cornwall gears up to host world leaders – and show more than just an idyllic setting

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There is indeed a lot of promise:

West Country lithium – Vision Group for Sidmouth

Cornwall Local Energy Market: trials prove successful – Vision Group for Sidmouth

“Building back greener with clean wind energy” – Vision Group for Sidmouth

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This has been recognised beyond the UK:

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The G-7 is heading to Cornwall, home to one of the UK’s most innovative and sustainable spaces

While Cornwall is rightly famed for its natural beauty, fishing communities and pristine beaches, it’s also home to one of the most interesting developments in Britain: the Eden Project…

The G-7 heads to Cornwall, home of the Eden Project

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In fact, there have been a lot of news stories coming out of Cornwall over the last couple of weeks:

Green light for renewable energy scheme | Business Cornwall

UK produces first-ever battery grade lithium carbonate in Cornwall | Metal Bulletin.com

   
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