'A new future for Saltend': Can hydrogen and carbon capture create a 'green' chemicals hub on the Humber?

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The Saltend Chemicals Park | Credit: PX Groups
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The Saltend Chemicals Park | Credit: PX Groups

The 100-year old Saltend Chemicals Park is gearing up to become a test ground for hydrogen and carbon capture industrial decarbonisation technologies - BusinessGreen visits the UK's ground zero for net zero

The tangle of cooling towers, pipes, refineries, engines, and turbines that make up the vast Saltend Chemicals Park may not look particularly modern, but the 100-year-old site could be about to find itself...

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