MPs' focus on the future promises lifeline for UK CCS

James S Murray
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In focusing on how to revive the battered carbon capture sector, MPs attempt to draw a line under last year's scandalous decision to scrap demonstration funding

It would have been easy for MPs on the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee to give ministers a good shellacking over the shock decision to scrap the £1bn carbon capture and storage (CCS) demonstration...

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