Teesside Collective Industrial CCS Business Case Launched

Tees Valley has set out a plan for the UK to lead the world in combining a growing industrial base with substantial reductions in carbon emissions.

Publishing a technically viable, end-to-end blueprint for a shared Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) network in July 2015, Teesside Collective set out the economic and environmental benefits the project could bring to Tees Valley and the wider UK.

Pale Blue Dot has written the Business Case for the project – “Blueprint for Industrial CCS in the UK”, which has the potential to change both the UK and European industrial landscape and its impact on the environment.

Read the Business Case here.

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