Critical Mass: HyNet builds momentum in the North West

One of the United Kingdom’s designated carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) and hydrogen clusters, HyNet is intended to reduce annual CO2 emissions by 10 million tonnes by 2030, and produce and distribute low-carbon hydrogen to use in industry, transport and heating. But David Parkin, Director at the HyNet North West Project, as well as at lead developer Progressive Energy, tells us that it will benefit more than the environment – it will also bring economic gains to the North West.