Energy Technologies Institute to invest £1m in research project designed to assess viability of mineralisation approach to carbon capture and storage
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) yesterday announced it is to invest £1m in a major new research project designed to assess the viability of emerging technologies that are capable of storing carbon...
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Funding agreement with Silicon Valley Bank will enable Gooee to further develop its Internet of Things LED lighting platform