25 Projects within the East Coast Cluster eligible for Cluster Sequencing Phase-2
- The Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) named power CCUS, hydrogen and industrial carbon capture projects that met the eligibility criteria for evaluation phase.
- Projects submitted bids into Phase-2 of the UK Government’s Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) cluster sequencing process in January. A decision on successful projects is expected from May.
28 March 2022 – 25 projects within the East Coast Cluster (ECC) have proceeded to the evaluation stage within Phase-2 of the UK Government’s Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) cluster sequencing process. The projects, covering power, industrial carbon capture (ICC) and hydrogen, were adjudged to have met the first eligibility criteria.
The projects will now be fully evaluated, with a final decision on successful bids expected from May 2022. The news follows the ECC being named in October 2021 as one of the UK’s first two carbon capture, usage and storage clusters following a successful bid in Phase-1 of the process. This is an important step in establishing ECC as the UK’s first net zero industrial cluster by 2040. The cluster is on course for deployment by the mid-2020s.
East Coast Cluster Projects Shortlisted:
Power CCUS Projects
- VPI Humber Zero
- Whitetail Clean Energy
- Net Zero Teesside Power
- Alfanar CCGT Teesside
- Keadby 3 Carbon Capture Power Station
- C.GEN Killingholme
- Uniper Humber Hub Blue Project
- Hydrogen to Humber (H2H) Saltend
Industrial carbon capture (ICC) Projects
- STV 1+2 Energy from Waste Carbon Capture Project
- STV 3 Energy from Waste Carbon Capture Project
- Tees Valley Energy Recovery Facility Project (TVERF)
- Altalto Immingham waste to jet fuel
- Lighthouse Green Fuels
- Redcar Energy Centre
- Humber Zero – Phillips 66 Humber Refinery
- Prax Lindsey Oil Refinery Carbon Capture Project
- Teesside Hydrogen CO2 Capture
- Saint-Gobain Glass Carbon Capture Project
- Norsea Carbon Capture
- CF Fertilisers Billingham Ammonia CCS
- Teesside Green Energy Park Limited
- North Lincolnshire Green Energy Park
Notes to editors
The East Coast Cluster unites the Humber and Teesside with infrastructure to decarbonise industry and establish a platform for economic growth.
The East Coast Cluster is enabled by the Northern Endurance Partnership – a collaboration between bp, Equinor, National Grid, Shell and Total, with bp leading as operator.
By uniting Net Zero Teesside and Zero Carbon Humber, the East Coast Cluster represents the UK’s biggest opportunity to:
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- Decarbonise industry: transporting and storing almost 50% of the UK’s total industrial cluster emissions.
- Support levelling-up: creating and supporting an average of 25,000 jobs per year to 2050 and underpinning new low carbon industries in the north of England.
- Kick-start a hydrogen economy: supporting the creation of low-carbon hydrogen projects to deliver 70% of the UK’s hydrogen target for 2030.
- Demonstrate global leadership: establishing the Humber and Teesside as a globally competitive low carbon hub for industry and innovation, creating international momentum towards net zero.