Clean green leaders.
Energy & Environment
1st deployment of the world’s largest wind turbines
More than £4.3 billion invested into offshore wind since 2015
Opportunities in wave and tidal energy in the Mersey Estuary
Hydrogen and carbon capture innovation projects
Liverpool City Region is a designated Centre for Offshore Renewable Engineering. The first commercial deployment of the world’s largest wind turbines and new investment in Operations and Maintenance facilities is set to boost our offshore wind supply-chain opportunities for years to come. Companies such as Ørsted, RWE, SWM, Iberdrola, PKA and Lego Group have invested £4.3 billion in offshore wind here since 2015.
The Mersey Estuary has one of the largest tidal ranges in Europe. Local private and public sector stakeholders are committed to develop a flagship scheme in Europe for renewable energy.
Liverpool City Region is at the centre of the recently announced HyNet North West project – a major hydrogen energy and carbon capture, usage and storage project.
We’ve got some serious credentials and capabilities when it comes to the generation of energy from food and animal waste. The region has been a leading player in initiatives such as the generation of power from biogas coming from organic waste and the recycling of chip fat from fast-food restaurants into biofuel for lorries.
Local authorities across the city region are engaged in a retrofitting programme. Social rented housing offers huge opportunities to improve its energy efficiency and there are similar levels of retrofit opportunities to commercial and industrial building stock, centred on insulation, lighting.
Latest Energy & Environment news
bp and EnBW announce Morgan and Mona offshore wind projects in the Irish Sea
bp and Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW) today confirmed the names of their planned new offshore wind projects in the Irish Sea – Morgan and Mona – and launched a dedicated supplier portal for the developments.
HyNet North West and InterGen announce plans for a Zero Carbon Power Plant
HyNet North West and independent power producer InterGen have released exciting plans to collaborate to create a low carbon power station at InterGen’s Rocksavage Power plant in Liverpool City Region.
Work set to commence on new £25m Liverpool energy plant
Norwegian renewable energy specialist Statkraft UK will this month begin construction of a new £25m energy storage plant in Liverpool City Region.
Liverpool City Region Secures New Fleet of Hydrogen Powered Buses
A new project which is seeking to bring 20 hydrogen powered double decker buses to the streets of the Liverpool City Region will take an important step forward with the project business case and funding set to be approved at an upcoming Combined Authority (CA) meeting on 19th March.
HYNET NORTH WEST COMMITS £72M IN LIVERPOOL CITY REGION LOW CARBON INITIATIVE
HyNet North West is committing £72m worth of investment in transforming the region into one of the world’s first low carbon industrial clusters, helping to support up to 75,000 jobs across the country by 2035.
£600m Liverpool City Region bio refinery to create 800 jobs
A new £600m bio-refinery that will convert non-recyclable household waste into aviation fuel is to be built on the banks of Liverpool City Region’s River Mersey, creating 800 jobs.
“There’s nowhere else in the UK and very few places in the world that are better placed than Liverpool to lead on building global pandemic resilience…”
Follow-up feature to Liverpool’s London Real Estate Forum 2021 event. Liverpool post-pandemic – Empowering northern cities by building future resilience and playing to our strengths.