We are working with a number of multinational companies in Teesside to help establish the region as one of Europe’s most attractive locations for future clean industrial development.
East Coast Cluster carbon capture project partners
A number of businesses on Teesside form part of the East Coast Cluster – a collaboration between Net Zero Teesside and Zero Carbon Humber.
Responsible for the construction, operation and decommissioning of the gas-fired power station together with the equipment required for the capture of its CO2 emissions.
The largest provider of industrial, medical and special gases in the UK and Ireland, supplying different types of gas, and gas mixtures to more than 400,000 customers in an range of industries.
The UK’s premier fertiliser manufacturer, making 40% of the UK fertiliser needs. Alongside this sits the production of half a million tonnes of chemicals and the supply of utilities to Teesside businesses.
An independent energy infrastructure company that owns and operates critical midstream infrastructure, running it safely and efficiently and building new business around Net Zero.
bp’s world-scale hydrogen project that aims to produce 1GW of blue hydrogen starting in 2027, capturing and sending for storage up to two million tonnes of carbon dioxide p/a through the NEP.
A driving force in the emerging low-carbon circular economy. Recovering value, generating energy, and optimising the cycle of water and materials used while protecting the environment.
A proposed Energy Recovery Facility in the heart of Tees Valley that could see 450,000 tonnes of waste a year being used to generate electricity, and potentially heating nearby homes and businesses.
Developing sustainable, infrastructure-scale solutions to important societal problems, using a unique model to commercialize technologies in fields that require creative disruption and outside thinking.