• Sat. Apr 20th, 2024

North East Connected

Hopping Across The North East From Hub To Hub


The North East of England is a major hub for energy production, with a diverse mix of traditional fossil fuel sources, renewables and nuclear power. The region’s coal mining history has paved the way for a strong offshore oil and gas industry, centered around the Port of Tyne and the River Tees. The North East also boasts a significant contribution to the UK’s renewable energy supply, with large wind farms located off the coast of Blyth and Redcar. Nuclear energy is also a major player in the region, with the Sellafield nuclear plant in Cumbria and the Hartlepool and Heysham power stations providing a significant portion of the UK’s electricity. The future of energy in the North East looks promising, with investment in new technology and infrastructure set to continue driving growth in the sector.
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