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Hydrogen & Offshore Wind, business advisor and trainer Charley Rattan Associates

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Half of UK's industrial emissions of CO2 could be caught by technology deployment across two intensive estuaries under East Coast Cluster badge

The collaboration between leading companies aims to advance the government’s world-leading ambition to establish the first ‘net zero’ carbon industrial cluster in the UK by 2040. It would also advance emerging low carbon and hydrogen.

NEP is developing the offshore infrastructure to transport CO2 from industrial emitters that are part of the Net Zero Teesside and Zero Carbon Humber projects to the Endurance aquifer in the southern North Sea.

Join me at the Carbon Capture, Storage and Hydorgen https://bit.ly/35BkerE Professionals Group

 

 

 

 

 

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