In recent years, billions of pounds have been invested in the Humber region through renewable energy projects.
Orsted has directly invested or enables £9.6bn in infrastructure or assets off the coast of the Humber, and has built its East Coast Hub operations and maintenance facility at Grimsby and the Hornsea 4 wind farm has now been consented.
Green Port Hull has attracted Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and their associated tier 1 and 2 supply chain companies to invest in the area and has built a local network of businesses to support them. From site selection and planning, to funding and skills, we have helped over 200 companies put down roots in the region.
The Siemens Gamesa blade factory was completed on time and to budget, and they recruited their 1,000-strong work force from the local area. With a pipeline of £9.4b in orders, Siemens Gamesa continues to invest a further £186m by doubling the size of its factory in Hull, increasing their workforce by 300 people.
The region now provides clean, green electricity to over 4.4 million UK homes, with 757 offshore wind turbines installed and a work force growing to 14,750 by 2030.
What’s happening here:
- £500m investment from Siemens Gamesa and ABP at Green Port Hull
- £200m at Energy Works
- £150m at ABP and Drax Power’s biomass facility at the Port of Hull
- £200m Yorkshire Energy Park
- Humber International Business Park
- £10m Orsted East Coast Hub
- Zero Carbon Humber - Hydrogen to Humber
- Gigastack – Renewable Hydrogen
- £180m Green Hydrogen facility at Saltend by Meld Energy
- £150m rare earth metals processing plant by Pensana