Mark Lewis MA C.Eng FIETMark came to Teesside in 1978 with ICI. He joined the Process Industry Cluster NEPIC in 2006 and since 2015 he has been working in the Tees Valley Combined Authority, developing the region as a leading Industrial Carbon Capture & Storage cluster for the UK. His focus now is working to show how the region with its industrial cluster can lead in achieving the UK’s decarbonisation goals. Tees Valley uniquely in one place combines all of the elements needed to make the transition to Net Zero and Mark is now working on hydrogen projects including road and rail deployment. Having set up the original CCUS industry group in the Tees Valley 10 years ago, he now supports the Net Zero Teesside project – a power and industrial CCS system aiming to secure Teesside’s industrial economy in a low carbon world and meet UK’s 2050 goal.