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Muckle involved as plan for new North East nuclear power heats up

Thousands of jobs could be created in the North East after a partnership was launched to build a new type of nuclear power station across the UK.

Cutting emissions through carbon capture

The government sees value in carbon capture utilisation and storage, but how will this be
delivered?

Innovative new power station planned for Teesside

Teesside beats tough competition to score the UK’s first commercial full-chain carbon capture
utilisation and storage (CCUS) project

North East to benefit from World’s largest clean energy project?

North East homes could be run on hydrogen if a £22bn plan is given the go ahead.

Greg Clark looks to the energy market future

With the energy ‘trilemma’ coming to an end, the Minister for Business, Energy and Industrial
Strategy points out 4 key principles that will power Britain’s future.

Big plans for new North East solar farm

Lightsource BP reveal plans for a major solar farm in County Durham.

Greenlight for pioneering power station

A pioneering bioenergy power station, which could capture a tonne of carbon per day, has been
given the go ahead.

UK’s first unsubsidised Industrial Solar Park

Developers expect a bright future as the ambitious renewables project aims to set a shining example

Household solar still shining

London mayor calls for rethink on solar PV subsidy phase out.

National recognition for Sunderland battery firm

The Sunday Times names Hyperdrive ‘one to watch’ as the Wearside battery engineering specialists continue to accelerate growth