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Humber ports at the epicentre of the UK clean energy transition

Achieving net zero is critical to supporting jobs and delivering economic growth and the Humber offers the biggest decarbonisation opportunity in the UK. As a region, the Humber has delivered before, with extensive recent history and experience in supporting large scale clean energy projects. Together, ABP’s four ports in the region provide an unparalleled gateway for the trade and prime locations for green energy generation projects, connecting businesses across the UK, Europe, and beyond. 

Associated British Ports (ABP) is the UK’s leading ports group, with a network of 21 ports across Britain, including four ports on the Humber; Grimsby, Hull, Immingham and Goole, forming the UK’s largest industrial cluster. These locations already play a vital role in supporting the UK’s energy transition, as they enable a wide range of renewable energy projects such as offshore wind energy at Green Port Hull, the development of large-scale green hydrogen production in Immingham and shipping of CO2 for sequestration. 


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