We’re decarbonizing and diversifying our business. Watch this short film to find out about our plans in Teesside.
Teesside has a long and proud industrial past Teesside's steel industry was born in the 1850s when iron ore was discovered in the Cleveland Hills.
The Teesside industrial cluster is in a tightly packed area with a radius of seven square kilometres, making its decarbonization cost effective and efficient.
Working to decarbonize the UK’s biggest industrial cluster, anchored by carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS).
bp wishes to partner with companies that can help H2Teesside contribute to the Government’s green growth and levelling up agenda. We want to maximise local content in the procurement approach, benefitting the regions closest to Teesside. H2Teesside is encouraging UK-based suppliers, including SMEs, to register their interest below, particularly those with connections in Teesside.
21 June 2022
Work starts on £3.2m Clean Energy Education Hub
21 April 2022