A host of organisations have submitted a public and private sector bid of £75m to build key infrastructure to create the world’s first zero-carbon industrial cluster in the Humber region. The £75m had been submitted on behalf of the Zero Carbon Humber (ZCH) Partnership, a group of 12 companies including British Steel, Drax, Uniper and Centrica Storage. The group is aiming to create the world’s first zero-carbon industrial cluster in the Humber region, at the request of the UK Government’s Industrial Clusters Mission. The Government opened two innovation funds aimed at helping businesses located in key industrial clusters to plan and deploy technology to help reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
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