Teesside launches blueprint for industrial CCS network

Plans for Europe’s first industrial carbon capture cluster project are taking shape. Success for the £5bn plan will depend on further funding and government decisions on CCS power plants

A bold £5 billion, 20-year plan to develop Europe’s first industrial carbon capture and storage (CCS) cluster in the Tees Valley has taken an important step forward with publication of a detailed blueprint for development.

The series of documents produced by the Teesside Collective provide a first robust assessment of technical and financial needs and benefits for such a cluster in the UK’s most carbon-intensive region. Chemical, petrochemical, steel and energy companies are all involved.

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