Green Futures, Realised.

IDRIC (the Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre) is the focal point of the green transformation in the UK’s industrial heartlands. Powered by research and innovation & funded by UKRI, IDRIC develops innovative decarbonisation solutions at pace and scale in the places where it matters most.

IDRIC, the Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre, is the focal point of the green transformation in the UK’s industrial heartlands. Powered by research and innovation and funded by UKRI, IDRIC develops innovative decarbonisation solutions at pace and scale in the places where it matters most.

IDRIC

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Collaborating with research organisations, industry, government, policymakers, NGOs, trade organisations and the public, we are co-creating whole-system, multidisciplinary solutions that are accelerating the green futures of our industries.

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IDRIC is backed by over £20m funding and is part of the £210m Industrial Decarbonisation challenge (IDC). Decarbonising the UK’s largest industrial clusters is a key step towards reaching the UK’s net zero emissions target and we are working towards creating two low carbon clusters by the mid-2020s, a further two by 2030 and the world’s first net-zero carbon industrial cluster by 2040.

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UKRI

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IDRIC is committed to embedding and promoting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in our industrial clusters and research institutions.

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Informed by a whole-systems approach, IDRIC’s research programme addresses key cross-cutting challenges of industrial decarbonisation.

Research Programme

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Collaboration is key to success so we’ve teamed up with leading specialists in decarbonisation across all sectors of the economy.

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