The Humber has:
The Humber is home to:
The Humber is home to existing or confirmed investment and development, including:
The Humber has a proud tradition of business collaboration and enablers including:
The Government has applauded the Humber Leadership Team’s continuing collaborative commitment, following the re-drawing of the Local Enterprise Partnership boundaries in 2021, to build on the region’s reputation as the UK’s Energy Estuary by maximising its myriad clean energy assets and opportunities to decarbonise its existing infrastructure.
Kwasi Kwarteng, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, says: “The Humber region is at the heart of our commitment to tackle climate change and is already on the frontline of developing vital clean technologies which will change the way people’s homes and businesses are powered while slashing emissions.”
The Humber Industrial Cluster Plan is central to achieving that. HICP will provide confidence to the UK government’s ambitions, encompassing how industrial emissions will change over time and provide the region's projects and industry with a well-defined, optimal route to achieving true net-zero by 2040. The Humber region emits more CO2 than any other UK industrial cluster – 50% more than the next largest – thus providing it with the largest opportunity to harness the collaborative power of regional industry to plot the route to a Net Zero future.
Low carbon innovation is happening so fast in the Humber that this substantial list is highly likely to be incomplete and is extended daily. The eyes of the Net Zero world really are on the Humber!”
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