Hydrogen to play key role in UK’s net zero journey

Following recent UK Research and Innovation funding for the Deployment and Roadmap programme for industrial decarbonisation strategies, construction engineering company Costain has announced it will play an important role in the development of the hydrogen economy.

Costain today announced that it help in both the South Wales and Scotland clusters, leading the South Wales Industrial Cluster (SWIC) Deployment project, partnering in the SWIC Roadmap Project, and partnering in Scotland’s Net Zero Infrastructure (SNZI) Deployment Project and Roadmap Project.

The projects will look at the infrastructure required for the development of the hydrogen economy, for large scale carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) and transport, as well as onsite strategic opportunities specific to each industry in the clusters.

Costain’s involvement in testament to delivering on its Climate Change action plan, launched in February 2020, which commits to playing a leading role in the development and delivery of both clean and renewable energy generation and carbon capture in order to reduce carbon footprints across every sector.

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