Teesside University visits CATS

We were delighted to welcome Dr Gari Harris, Director Net Zero Industry Innovation Centre, Dr Adam Adgar, Head of Engineering, and Professor Chrisina Jayne, Dean of the School of Computing, Engineering, and Digital Technologies from Teesside University to our CATS (Central Area Transmission System) terminal on 13 October.

Our Operations & Projects Director, Alan Murray, led the visitors on a site tour, giving them an opportunity to see the gas processing facility on Teesside first-hand, find out about ESG initiatives taking place at CATS including our recent installation of continuous emissions monitoring technology, and hear about our H2NorthEast project to build a low carbon hydrogen production facility next to CATS that will play a vital role in industry decarbonisation on Teesside and contribute as much as 10% of the UK’s target hydrogen production capacity by 2030.

The tour was followed by lunch and some interesting and productive conversation around how Kellas can continue to work in partnership with the University to facilitate change in the energy sector and build new business opportunities around net zero.

In May, we announced that we are funding 18 clean energy scholarships at the University to help create the next generation of engineers with the right knowledge and skills to support energy transition.

Going forward we are looking forward to hosting further visits with students from Teesside University.


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