Industrial decarbonisation is the removal and reduction of carbon intensive energy sources to more sustainable energy. This is driven by CCUS, Alternative fuels (H2), electrification and PtoX projects.
In order to reach ours and the governments NetZero targets we support our clients with either their energy transition or concept and feasibility of a new technology, processes or plant.
Through Apollo you will access industry-leading expertise in CCUS, hydrogen and PtoX in multi-discipline covering technical assurance and advisory, engineering, system integration and strategy.
5.6B tons of installed CCUS capacity is needed by 2050 to meet the Paris Agreement targets. The UK is primed to become a net importer of international CO2 and our early work models the commercial viability for a transition towards CO2 management.
Apollo supported the delivery of one of the UK’s pilot CCUS schemes in 2015 and since then we have supported the industry in its progression towards the cluster approach.
The governments industrial decarbonisation strategy sets out plans to capture over 10 million tons of CO2 by 2030 and lay the foundations for a net-zero industrial economy. The government will invest over £1 billion to establish CCUS and hydrogen projects in four industrial clusters in the North East, the Humber, the North West, Scotland and Wales. Apollo is active in supporting these clusters helping them develop, concepts and ideas through to execution to achieve their net-zero ambitions.
PtoX is the conversion of electricity into another product such as chemicals and fuels. Typically, utilising feedstocks such as water. CO2, N2 etc. Utilising surplus renewable energy coupled with CO2 feedstocks makes PtoX a very attractive decarbonisation tool.
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