Monday, July 15, 2024

Future Humber delegation takes regional message to London

Future Humber brought together a 15-strong delegation of partners in London to spotlight the Humber’s ambitious vision for industrial decarbonisation at Innovation Zero 2024. The event, now in its second year, attracted thousands of attendees to London Olympia, driving conversations and actions towards a sustainable, low carbon future.

Supported by the UK Government, Innovation Zero is the UK’s largest sustainability conference and  provides a meeting place for announcements, partnerships, deal-making, and collaborations for those who develop, produce, deploy, and fund low carbon solutions.

At the forefront of London Olympia stood the Humber Pavilion, showcasing representatives and  projects from leading partners Air Products, Arup, Aura, Drax, Equinor, Humber Freeport, Meld Energy, Oh Yes! Net Zero, Phillips 66, Prax, px Group, SSE Thermal, Uniper, the University of Hull and VPI.

With more than 10,000 delegates visiting , the Pavilion served as a hub for engaging
discussions and networking opportunities, allowing attendees to delve into the region’s
decarbonisation initiatives through interactive displays and engaging conversations with partner representatives.

Diana Taylor, MD of Future Humber, said:”As a region, the Humber is at its strongest when it aligns with a single, consistent voice. The decarbonisation agenda is perhaps the greatest example of cross-sector collaboration we have seen to date. The Humber Pavilion at Innovation Zero is a true show of force and statement of intent from our region and serves as an important reminder that the Humber simply has to play a critical role on a national stage to drive the UK to net zero.”

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