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Quick views questions

The below questions are a quick way for you to let us know your thoughts or any other comments you have on the HyNet Project. Please note – these answers are not part of the consultation feedback questionnaire on the CO2 pipeline. You will need to complete that questionnaire in order to give your thoughts on the proposed route.

1. Are you aware of the HyNet North West project, and if so, what do you know about it?

2. Do you think we need to change how we power our industry, homes and transport?




3. How important is it to you to use a low carbon fuel?





4. Do you believe capturing and storing CO₂ emissions is a good way of meeting net zero targets?




What is the reason for your answer?

5. Do you think hydrogen power will help the country meet net zero targets?




What is the reason for your answer?

6. Do you support the use of hydrogen to power industry, homes and transport?




7. Do you think that carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a positive way for us to decarbonise heavy industry?




What is the reason for your answer?

Your personal information is captured, held and processed by Participatr Limited for the purposes of this project only. Participatr Limited has created and launched this engagement platform on behalf of HyNet North West, and we collectively make decisions about how personal information is captured, held, processed and analysed, meaning that we are joint data controllers for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Any comments submitted on the carbon capture pipeline proposals will be analysed by Liverpool Bay CCS Ltd (a member of the HyNet North West consortium and the company which will be the applicant for the DCO) and its appointed agents. Copies may be made available in due course to the Secretary of State, the Planning Inspectorate and other relevant statutory authorities so that your comments can be considered as part of the DCO application process. Responses may therefore be made public however we will request that your personal details are not placed on public record.  

Your name and email address is used to identify you as a single respondent and, if you have opted-in to receive updates, to send you news and information about this project. All of your personal information is held in a secure database on a server located in the United Kingdom. For more information about how we use your personal information, please visit our privacy policy.