The government is to invest £4bn in creating 250,000 new green jobs as part of its plan to hit net zero emissions.
It also aims to equip a generation of workers with new green skills.
The government will release its long-awaited 10-point plan to make the UK carbon neutral by 2050 later on Tuesday.
It will emphasise the potential jobs that the so-called green industrial revolution could bring to regions that have suffered industrial decline.
The BBC can confirm that technology to capture and store carbon created in industrial processes will receive substantial government investment.