Statement on funding cut for CCS on power generation

The Government has announced in today’s Spending Review that the £1 billion funding for the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Commercialisation Programme has been cut. This was intended to support demonstration of CCS on power stations in Yorkshire and Aberdeenshire. Teesside Collective, which is working on a project to establish a CCS network on industrial facilities, has responded to the …

Industrial carbon capture & storage network powers ahead with addition of Sembcorp

Industrial energy and water services provider Sembcorp Utilities UK joins leading industrial Carbon Capture and Storage scheme. Project team strengthened with appointment of Belinda Perriman as Commercialisation Manager. Teesside Collective today announced the addition of a major industrial player to the group of companies working to create Europe’s first Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) equipped industrial zone. Sembcorp Utilities UK, …

Clean industry blueprint set to push job numbers up and emissions down

Teesside Collective publishes viable end-to-end plan for Europe’s first Industrial Carbon Capture and Storage network. Initial plan to cut ¼ of Teesside’s annual CO2 emissions from 2024, helping retain 5,900 jobs. Expansion by 2030s could see 15m tonnes of CO2 a year stored, new industries and 2,600 new jobs in Tees Valley. 1st July 2015 – A cluster of energy-intensive …

Gazette: Teesside ahead of the pack in renewable energy field

Friday 27th March 2015

Peter McCusker outlines jobs and investment in Teesside’s renewable energy sector, including the Teesside Collective industrial CCS project. For the full article:

Carbon Brief blog: Carbon capture and storage – can the UK hit climate goals without killing off heavy industry?

Dr Simon Evans blogs about the need for industrial carbon capture and storage (ICCS) in the UK following the release of Green Alliance’s report Decarbonising British industry: why industrial CCS clusters are the answer. To read the full blog post:

IChemE: The world’s first carbon capture ready industrial zone?

Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) President Geoff Maitland blogs about the potential of the Teesside Collective industrial carbon capture and storage project. To read the full blog post:

The Chemical Engineer: All together now

1st March 2015

In the March issue of The Chemical Engineer, Helen Tunnicliffe speaks to partners of the new Teesside Collective about their plans to make industrial CCS a reality in the northeast of England. OUT of the ashes of a failed bid for UK government funding for CCS commercialisation, a phoenix has risen. The Teesside Low Carbon project was set to be …

Energy World: A CCS project for heavy industry on Teesside

By: Sarah Tennison, Low Carbon Economy Manager, Tees Valley Unlimited First published in the March 2015 issue of Energy World magazine by the Energy Institute,   Teesside Collective Teesside Collective is a new face in the UK’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) scene – comprising of a cluster of energy intensive industrial firms seeking to transform their part of North East …

Teesside Collective launches industrial carbon capture and storage vision for Tees Valley

Major energy intensive industrial plants located in Teesside in Tees Valley will today (Wednesday 21 January 2015) set out their vision of transforming the area into Europe’s first Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) equipped industrial zone. At a launch event in the House of Commons, the cluster of leading North East employers will introduce their project name – Teesside Collective …