UK’s drive to net zero leaps forward as HyNet is awarded £72 million of funding to develop the worlds first low carbon industrial cluster. See Full Press Release.
On 9th October, a new HyNet North West report was launched to share the project vision with all stakeholders.
We are delighted that the HyNet project has made such significant steps forward over the last year – it is a real project, with real partners, undertaking real engineering to deliver against humanity’s most pressing issue.
Join us for an opportunity to hear how industry is working together to deliver a whole new, low carbon energy infrastructure in the North West.
It’s mission possible for HyNet to meet the UK’s ambition to create the world’s first net-zero carbon industrial cluster by 2040.
An invaluable opportunity to talk about key hydrogen projects and our future energy vision to a distinguished, international audience.
News has been thick and fast on hydrogen this month with two positive announcements on the delivery of blended hydrogen (20% vol.) and natural gas for domestic gas consumers through the HyDeploy programme.
The HyNet team have welcomed the publication of the Government’s Action Plan for Carbon Capture.
A new alliance of industry leaders has come together to promote the North West as the UK’s primary hydrogen economy.
Cadent jointly hosted fringe events on hydrogen with political think tank Policy Exchange at this year’s Conservative and Labour party conferences.
Cadent’s Chief Executive Chris Train O.B.E. has been in Liverpool visiting Steve Rotheram to talk HyNet and all things North West.
Is the UK on the brink of finally realising the economic and environmental potential of Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) technology? A report by the Government’s CCUS Taskforce urges swift and decisive action to tip the balance for an industry primed to deliver.
The four gas distribution networks (Cadent, Northern Gas Networks, SGN and Wales and West Utilities, and the Energy & Utilities Alliance have joined together to support a new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hydrogen.
On Monday 2 July, HyNet was launched to an audience of MP, Peers, civil servants, industry and clean energy specialists.
The HyNet project report was published on 11 May 2018 and sets out the detailed vision for HyNet and the thinking behind it.
At least 5,000 jobs will flow from a £0.9 billion project to create a new ‘green’ source of gas.
“I hope the support of the two city regions will be the wind in the sails for this project to succeed.” Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester.
The last month has seen the culmination of busy behind the scenes activity to kick off Phase 1 of the full HyNet programme.
Evidence shows pathways to zero carbon hydrogen fuels are viable
Project overview including timeline of delivery and map.
From Vision to Reality
Thousands of jobs set for North West with plan for clean, green gas.
HyNet North West – Delivering clean growth
‘Potential Economic Impacts of the Liverpool-Manchester Hydrogen Project’
Designing a support package for a full-scale CCS and hydrogen demonstrator
An independent report to government on progressing carbon capture, usage and storage in the UK, by the CCUS Cost Challenge Taskforce.
Carbon Connect is undertaking a research project to investigate the opportunities offered by low carbon gas to reduce the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions and the policy developments which are required to enable its deployment as a source of energy.
Funding to accelerate the take up of hydrogen vehicles and infrastructure.
Improving air quality and reducing harmful emissions.
This report provides the Committee on Climate Change’s response to the UK Government’s Clean Growth Strategy.
Documents setting out the UK’s plan for reducing roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations.
How the government supports the development of carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) in the UK and internationally.
Leading the way to a low carbon future
The reduction in carbon emissions from our transport systems is a priority for the City Region.
Report to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy from the Parliamentary Advisory Group on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).
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