Following the Government’s Cluster Sequencing competition, two successful carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) clusters have been announced with a third selected as a reserve cluster.
The East Coast Cluster – which aims to remove up to 50% of the UK’s industrial cluster carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions – proved to be successful in its bid. The cluster is a collaboration between Zero Carbon Humber, Net Zero Teesside and Northern Endurance Partnership.
The second cluster that will be ‘taken forward’ by the Government is HyNet North West, a project which aims to deliver low carbon hydrogen and CCUS in the North West of England and North Wales.
Not able to gain full direct Government support, the Scottish Cluster – focusing on the Acorn CCS project in North East Scotland – was announced as a reserve cluster.
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