UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has today announced a milestone in UK decarbonisation, with the award of £171 million funding across nine significant projects
Six projects across the UK will receive a share of £8 million in government funding as part of a drive to create the world’s first net-zero emissions industrial zone by 2040.
An ambitious blueprint to deliver the world’s first low-carbon industrial sector and over £1 billion to cut emissions from industry, schools and hospitals has been announced by the Business and Energy Secretary.
Our #IndustrialDecarbonisation champion, @MercedesMarotoV@IDRICUK spoke with @SteelTimesInt to discuss why collaboration will be key as the steel industry faces #NetZero challenges ahead. Read more on P55 here: https://bit.ly/2Fz3Pes
Great to see our very own @MercedesMarotoV featured in the latest issue of @OpsEngineer. Turn to page 17 to read the full article on ‘Charting a path to #netzero’ http://ow.ly/TfF150Bup2F
Our latest newsletter features an update on our @UKRI_News funding application, a tribute to our Champion,@MercedesMarotoV, and some brilliant feedback from parliament representatives. Read it here in full: http://ow.ly/qyts50AKZFu
We are pleased to announce that the second edition of our newsletter is now live!
How IDRIC can help industry reach its decarbonisation goals
One of IDRIC’s key objectives is ensuring the industrial decarbonisation process is a just transition. Speaking in The Engineer, Professor Maroto-Valer explored the need for a collaborative effort by industry, government and academia to achieve net zero by 2040 while safeguarding jobs and local economies.
The Herald Scotland Monday Interview: Building resilience against illness and climate change