We are delighted to launch an updated version of The Humber: A 2030 vision for Industrial Decarbonisation Map. The map which was first launched in January 2022, has been widely used across the region and the UK by key stakeholders, schools and colleges to visualise the breadth of projects in the region.
Diana Taylor, Managing Director of Marketing Humber said, ‘Since the launch of the first iteration of the Humber Industrial Decarbonisation Map, we have been pleased to see the resource used nationally to promote our region as well as widely across the Bondholder network to influence customers, shareholders and investors. The resource is a fantastic representation of the Humber’s commitment to net zero and highlights the transformational collaboration and delivery taking place here. Our commitment to showcasing the Humber to the world is stronger than ever as we lead in innovation, technology and expertise to achieve our shared vision. The second version of the resource reflects new partnerships and project developments, and we look forward to seeing further changes as the vision becomes reality.’
Katie Hedges, Director Low Carbon Strategy, CATCH said “The Humber Industrial Cluster Plan is due to launch our final report in March. This resource, part funded by UKRI has been a central talking point across the region and beyond. From project consultations to school events, the map sets out the regions ambitions in a striking assessable to all format. In the Humber we have many of the UKs leading projects already starting to make a difference and the Humber Industrial Cluster plan has brought the region together under one voice to tackle industrial Decarbonisation at scale. CATCH looks forward to continuing the HICP legacy work, working alongside HICP partners, members, Marketing Humber and the Humber Energy Board”.