Teesside is a prime location for future decarbonised power, encouraging investment and supporting regional growth.
As part of the East Coast Cluster, it includes one of the UK’s first two carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) projects. The region is also the largest producer and consumer of hydrogen in the UK.
Fast access to UK and international markets
The Wilton International and Teesside cluster include major manufacturing businesses, research and development (R&D) and technology organisations, and suppliers of logistics, storage, distribution and other key services.
Opportunities for businesses investing at Wilton International include supply chain, R&D, and knowledge exchange partnerships.
On the site, private rail sidings connect directly to the UK’s mainline network.
Within 2.5 miles (4km), businesses can access Teesport, a major deep-sea port handling diverse cargo types, as well as deep-water dry bulk and liquid bulk freight terminals.
Teesside is the central node in the UK’s ethylene pipeline, linking Wilton International-based businesses directly to the country’s other major chemicals clusters.
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