Why choose Teesworks

Teesworks, the first Mayoral Development Corporation established outside of London, is regenerating one of Europe’s largest and most innovative industrial sites, right in the heart of the borough.

Covering over 4,500 acres, Teesworks is the UK’s largest and most connected industrial zone, home to diverse, sustainable and low-carbon activity. Offering immediate connectivity to Teesport, the North Sea and global markets, this multi-sector setting brings together global leaders and innovative pioneers to power Britain’s carbon capture capital. The opportunity is unrivalled in size, not just in the UK but across Europe.

Below is a list of exciting developments already taking place on the site. Why don’t you do join them?

SeAH Wind

Set to create 750 direct jobs once complete, SeAH Wind’s £300m project involves the development of an offshore wind factory producing monopiles that form the foundations of offshore wind turbine construction.

Net Zero Teesside Power

NZT Power, operated by BP will be the first fully-integrated gas-fired power and carbon capture station in the world and is key to the plans to make Teesside the UK’s first decarbonised industrial cluster.

EDF Tees Green Hydrogen

A pioneering project, Tees Green Hydrogen will be using green electricity from Teesside Offshore Wind Farm along with a new solar farm which EDF Renewables UK intends to construct near Redcar.

Circular Fuels Ltd

A pioneering £150m project waste to renewable gas facility that is set to create 50 direct jobs once operational. Circular Fuels will take non-recyclable residual waste from households and industry and convert it into a safe, cost-effective and clean-burning fuel.

For more information, please visit www.teesworks.co.uk

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