A share of £8m in Government funding will be invested in developing a comprehensive Cluster Plan, which will feature both hydrogen and CCUS technologies, as part of an effort to prepare the North West and North East Wales for a net zero future.
Part of the latest phase of the Government £170m Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge to support industrially intensive areas to establish low carbon and net zero industrial clusters, the funding will support a number of projects including the UK’s first waste plastic to hydrogen facility at Protos in Cheshire.
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It is thought the commitment will remove over 40 million tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere and create thousands of new jobs. The Cluster Plan will further provide a deliverable investment, technology and infrastructure blueprint to support the region’s net zero transition.
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