April 21, 2022
Hartlepool College, Stockton Street, Hartlepool TS24 7NT |
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Cluster Connect is your opportunity to catch up with members, hear the latest news, promote developments and network with your target audience.
This free, monthly meeting brings together members and offers the opportunity to make introductions, develop connections and gain support and inspiration from industry colleagues, along with helping to raise your personal and business profile.
Dave Robson from Kellas Midstream will give an overview of their CATS Facility at Seal Sand and the H2NorthEast project which is developing a Blue Hydrogen plant linked to CATS. CATS currently imports c25% of the UK’s gas production and processes it before exporting to the National Transmission System. H2NorthEast has submitted a 355MW low carbon hydrogen project into Phase 2 of BEIS Cluster Sequencing which, subject to approval, will be online in 2027 supplying local industrial consumers.
A follow-on phase of H2NorthEast is focused on increasing production to over 1GW by 2030 to supply additional local industries as well as feeding hydrogen into gas distribution networks to decarbonise further afield industrial, commercial and domestic consumers.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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This event is open to NEPIC Members & Supply Chain North East participants.
Supply Chain North East brings together four key partners to work with over 800 businesses through to 2021, supporting them to identify opportunities in new and existing markets. An integral part of the North East Strategic Economic Plan, that has a vision to create 100,000 more and better jobs between 2014 and 2024. , Supply Chain North East is delivered across the region by RTC North, Generator, North East Automotive Alliance (NEAA) and North East Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC).
Supply Chain North East is a multimillion programme aimed at revolutionising the way SMEs diversify their offering and embrace new markets. The programme has received more than £3m of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund, which is part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.
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