The Telegraph: Green power to energise British industrial growth

The Telegraph reports that BEIS Minister Claire Perry has hinted at a potential return for carbon capture and storage (CCS) Read the full article here:  

The Telegraph: Carbon capture plans relit as Government warms to CCS

The Government is preparing to reignite Britain’s plans to develop a technology that can strip harmful carbon dioxide out of industrial emissions. Read the full article here: 

Yorkshire Post: George Osborne – “Playing to our strengths makes North unbeatable”

Former Chancellor George Osborne highlights the benefits of a carbon capture and storage (CCS) scheme in the North East: “All we have to do in the North is two simple things that any football manager would recognise: play to our strengths and play as a team…” Read the full article here:

The Telegraph: Norway embarks on mission improbable

The stench of tons of compressed waste is something you get used to. High above the warehouse floor, tightly packed bales of British rubbish are stacked and waiting to be burned, across the North Sea from the homes in Bristol and Birmingham that produced them… Read the full article here:

The Telegraph: British inventor close to ‘Holy Grail’ of carbon capture at zero cost

Published in The Telegraph on 2nd August 2017, written by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard and referencing Teesside Collective  Rodney Allam is a soft-spoken Englishman of the old school. He does his maths with pen and paper. He uses a slide-rule. Yet if anybody can mitigate the ‘fat-tail’ risk of irreversible climate damage over the next twenty years it is this septuagenarian inventor …

The Times: Tackling climate change is a moral obligation and an opportunity

This comment piece by Simon Clarke, Conservative MP for Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland, was published in The Times on 11th July 2017 This afternoon Conservative parliamentarians will gather in Westminster Hall to celebrate 25 years of British success in tackling climate change. Since the Rio summit at which John Major and Michael Howard agreed the framework for international co-operation on …

New Tees Valley Mayor pushing for CCS in the region to spur industrial growth

27th June 2017

On the 4th of May 2017, residents of Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough,  Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees elected Ben Houchen as the first Tees Valley Mayor. Ben will work alongside the five Tees Valley Councils to improve the economy of the area, bring in new investment and create jobs, all of which Teesside Collective will make a significant contribution to. Tees Valley Mayor …

Industry coalition demonstrates the financial case to seed clean industrial growth in Tees Valley

Teesside Collective publishes viable finance proposal to support unique Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) network. Finance mechanism would see Government and industry share costs to clean up energy-intensive facilities. Total cost of this model, including access to a transportation and storage network, is £58/tonne CO2 – making Industrial CCS as significant as offshore wind (£200/tCO2) and new nuclear power …

Study to develop finance model for Industrial CCS on Teesside

24th October 2016

A financially viable means of getting Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) off the ground is to be studied by consultants working for Teesside Collective, the cluster of energy-intensive industries announced today. Pöyry Management Consulting has been commissioned to refine and develop the Hybrid Incentive Model for an Industrial CCS network in Teesside, as well as recommend a regulatory regime …

Teesside could decarbonise soft drink bottle supply chain

First-of-a-kind carbon capture plant could decarbonise soft drink bottle supply chain Demonstration centre to provide a base for bringing carbon capture and utilisation tech to market Oxburgh report highlights job creation potential of Teesside CCS hub A contract that puts Teesside at the forefront of innovative carbon capture and usage technology has been awarded today by Teesside Collective, the leading …