This networking lunch will focus on RWE's Net Zero plans covering CCS, Green Hydrogen (H2), and Offshore Wind on the East Coast of the UK.
CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage)
RWE, the UK’s leading electricity generator, has announced plans for four Capture and Storage (CCS) development projects.
Combined, the projects would be capable of providing 5.1 gigawatts (GW) of secure, flexible, low carbon electricity – enough to power around approx. 8.1 million homes.
RWE only last week announced plans for developing the Great Yarmouth Carbon Capture project alongside the three other CCS projects.
Hydrogen is seen as playing a key role in the decarbonisation of energy-intensive sectors.
In addition to reducing CO2 emissions in industrial processes, hydrogen could be used as a sustainable fuel in the transport sector and as a sustainable combustible product for heat supply.
RWE can play a role across all areas of the hydrogen value chain and is targeting 2 GW of green electrolysers by 2030, with over 30 projects under development.
RWE is a leading partner in the delivery of the UK’s Net Zero ambitions and energy security, as well as in contributing to the UK build-out target for offshore wind of 50 GW by 2030.
RWE already operates 10 offshore wind farms across the UK, including the recent acquisition of the three Norfolk offshore wind projects from Vattenfall.
Come along and network with the RWE team:
Graham Wright, Supply Chain Manager, Sofia & Dogger Bank South, Offshore Wind
Joanne Herridge, Stakeholder Manager, Carbon Capture & Storage
Kerry Monument, Grimsby Hub O&M Manager, Offshore Wind
Richard Liversidge, Business Development UK, Hydrogen
Meet your RWE speaker
As RWE's East Coast Director - NetZero, Corrine is responsible for delivering RWE’s global growing green ambitions across the Humber, Teesside and surrounding regions, seeking opportunities for further renewables deployment and decarbonising the energy and industrial sectors.