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Energy transition

Supporting the UK's commitment to net zero carbon

To make decarbonisation of the UK a reality, a mix of clean fuels will be required to meet increasing energy demands. Nuclear power, hydrogen generation with carbon capture and hydrogen generation from renewable electricity will be instrumental in providing clean, reliable energy for 2050 and beyond.

Supporting the energy transition

Hydrogen and CCUS

Our gas processing and safe gas handling knowledge and experience make Costain a reliable and trusted partner to support the deployment of hydrogen and CCUS. We are at the forefront of transforming the entire hydrogen value chain, from production, storage, deblending and distribution to carbon capture and storage.

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Transport energy

Our transport energy consultants offer advice on the optimum solution to decarbonise fleets, taking into account factors such as vehicle type, journey frequency & duration, and refuelling strategies. From local authorities to utility companies, if you are looking to decarbonise your vehicle fleet, we can help.

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Net zero pioneer

Robert Beresford is one of our extraordinary net zero pioneers who is helping accelerate Costain's race to net zero. He's working with our client to develop a first of a kind underground hydrogen storage facility in Cheshire. The project will play a significant part in the UK’s race to net zero by evolving solutions for storing hydrogen at scale.

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