Britain's Energy Coast chairman Rt Hon Brian Wilson is sure that Cumbria will enjoy the benefits in the weeks and months to come from a successful visit to the All-Energy conference in Aberdeen.
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A SYNTHETIC sports pitch manufacturer responsible for a piece of sporting history is to kick off a new era of growth after becoming the first company to secure a grant through Britain’s Energy Coast’s Investing in Business programme.
COPELAND Community Fund is to give £1m to convert the former YMCA building in Whitehaven into a young people’s foyer.
WHEN a seasoned communicator like Rory O’Neill gives up a successful career in London to come to West Cumbria you know it’s a big-hitting job.
SETTING up your own business at the age of 21 sounds like something from a fairytale – but one woman decided to take the idea of a fairytale literally.
CONSTRUCTION work on a £16m windfarm in Cumbria has begun.
MORE than 100 businesses met buyers delivering contracts worth billions for Sellafield at the latest event held by the Energy Opportunity Supply Chain Project – which is delivered by Britain’s Energy Coast.
MORE than 40 businesses from Allerdale celebrated networking and connection building at an event with tips and advice for success in the New Year.
PEOPLE are at the heart of our business. So says Mike Astell, Centrica Energy’s regional director for the East Irish Sea.
A GROUND-BREAKING technology development programme for Cumbria has been launched at Lillyhall.
A BRITAIN’S Energy Coast-backed mission to South Korea and Japan has “opened up realopportunities” for companies in West Cumbria’s world-class nuclear industry, according to Britain’s Energy Coast Chairman Brian Wilson.
CUMBRIAN-BASED H&H Reeds Printers (HHRP) pride themselves on being one of the most environmentally conscious printers in the North West.
DESPITE presiding over a local authority faced with making £2.6m spending cuts, Copeland Council leader Elaine Woodburn remains hopeful the borough can look to a much brighter future.
WHITEHAVEN’S Albion Square project, which is designed to breathe new life into Copeland’s main town, finally has a developer.
WEST Cumbria is “an area for real growth” according to the new commercial director at Armstrong Watson’s Lillyhall office.
CUMBRIAN rally experts M-Sport have been named as the technical partners for one of Britain’s most prestigious motoring names.
BBC News business headlines
- Reward for west Cumbria's unsung tourism ambassadors
- £100m turnover in sight for Cumbrian recruitment firm
- Struggling M&S failing to impress Carlisle shoppers (17 comments)
- Give small shops rate relief like charities, says Cumbrian MP
- Cumbrian success in Visit England awards
- Profits plunge for West Coast Mainline bidder FirstGroup
- Empty Hoopers store in Carlisle poised for £1m sale
- Rail workers threaten ballot over ‘skimpy’ Virgin Trains uniforms
- Cumbrian firms missing the boat over apprentices
- Stobart Group boss hopes for flights from Carlisle next summer
- Carlisle yob who hurled bottle at moving lorry sentenced
- Carlisle man spared jail sentence for attack on policeman
- Carlisle defences not to blame for rural flooding, says agency
- Surgeons at Carlisle hospital almost operated on wrong side of patient's body
- Cumbrian zoo tiger attack victim dies
- Carlisle man's £1,000 court bill for putting the rubbish out early
- Cumbrian school's got the X-Factor
- Three vehicle crash closes road near Brampton
- Fuel poverty figures for Cumbria revealed
- Mum and daughter who died on Windermere were poisoned by carbon monoxide, report shows