Hull and Humber (UK)

Humber's Vision for a Net Zero Industrial Cluster by 2040

Humber's Vision for a Net Zero Industrial Cluster by 2040
  • Date From 14th September 2022
  • Date To 14th September 2022
  • Price Free to attend, open to all
  • Location The Ropewalk, Maltkiln Road, Barton on Humber, North Lincolnshire, DN18 5JT


The Humber Industrial Cluster emits more CO2 than any other industrial cluster; 30% more than the next largest. At the same time, the region is a significant contributor to the UK economy - £18bn is generated in the Humber each year with 360,000 jobs supported in industries such as refining, petrochemicals, manufacturing and power generation and through their associated supply chains.


Sajalu Greenall, Lead Analyst, Humber Industrial Cluster Plan

Sajalu is the Lead Analyst for the Humber Industrial Cluster Plan project. She leads the technical projects with a budget of over £0.6 million developing the Humber energy system model, and studies analysing the market, policy, regulatory, environment, and social landscapes influencing the industrial decarbonisation in Humber. Prior to her involvement in the cluster plan project, Saj served as the Energy Projects Manager for HEYLEP which involved leading the delivery of the local energy strategy in the Hull & East Yorkshire region. She represented the local region at the BEIS funded North East & Yorkshire Energy Hub. She is a commissioner on the Yorkshire & Humber Climate Commission, and a member of the IChemE Clean Energy SIG. She has been invovled in panel discussions about Humber's industrial decarbonisation journey at the Great Northern Conference and Yorkshire and Humber Climate Change Summit in 2021. She holds a MSc in Biochemical Engineering from UCL, and a BEng in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nottingham.


18:30-20:30 BST


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