Project aims to have demonstration facility in place by 2015 with fully functioning plant built five years later
A £23.5m pilot project was launched yesterday aimed at cutting the costs and increasing the efficiency of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, so that commercially viable plants can be delivered...
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