North-east could see first carbon capture cluster

A major development project in the Tees Valley will include industrial carbon capture and storage and promote cutting edge low-carbon technologies.

Chemical plat in Billingham, Tees Valley. Credit: Leslie Garland picture library/AlamyThe Cabinet Office announced funding in December for a feasibility study on a carbon capture and storage (CCS) network in the Tees Valley. The valley will see the first large-scale project aimed at capturing industrial carbon emissions.

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