Inside the plans for the world’s leading net zero industrial cluster
BusinessGreen Webinar – hosted in association with East Coast Cluster
10am - 12pm, Wednesday 14 July
Join us for an exclusive webinar to explore the plans to build one of the world’s most advanced decarbonised industrial clusters and discuss how efforts to decarbonise heavy industry and power in the Humber and Teesside regions can serve to boost the economy and put the UK on track to meet its climate goals.
Hosted in association with Northern Endurance Partnership, Zero Carbon Humber and Net Zero Teesside, this free-to-attend webinar will provide an inside track on the plans to create an East Coast Cluster that could decarbonise nearly half of the UK’s industrial cluster emissions. Enabled by common offshore infrastructure and secure offshore storage in the North Sea, projects across the East Coast Cluster will capture and store carbon emissions from many of the UK’s major industrial plants and power stations, and unlock significant new investment in the emerging hydrogen economy.
This free-to-attend and interactive session will bring together a host of leading experts that include international energy companies, heavy industry and leading infrastructure operators who are working to advance the cluster, as well as local policymakers who will set out how industrial decarbonisation is critical to both the UK’s net zero strategy and the government’s levelling up agenda.
The webinar will also provide an invaluable opportunity to discuss the technical and policy challenges that will need to be overcome to develop a net zero industrial cluster and the exciting new technologies and business models that promise to deliver multiple environmental and economic benefits in these regions of the UK and beyond.
The event is open to all who are interested in the contribution of CCUS-enabled industrial clusters in the UK reaching its Net Zero targets and becoming a leader in the emerging global markets in low-carbon and hydrogen.
For more information on the East Coast Cluster, please visit www.eastcoastcluster.co.uk