HyNet North West, a low carbon and hydrogen energy project, is giving local communities an opportunity to take part in a public consultation session regarding the first stage of the HyNet Project, the carbon capture pipeline.
With the hydrogen and carbon capture cluster project set to expedite the North West of England and North Wales’ journey to reducing emissions and hitting targets, the area is en route to becoming a world-leader in clean energy technology.
Public consultation on the carbon capture pipeline opened on the 9th June, 2021 and HyNet are encouraging local communities to get involved in the feedback process.
David Parkin, Director of HyNet North West, said, “This is the first step in our exciting plans to develop a pipeline to safely transport carbon dioxide (CO2) away from industrial areas to be permanently stored under the seabed.”
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