Updated: Government predicts UK can clean up with clean coal

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New report claims clean coal technologies could support up to 60,000 jobs and generate £4bn a year

The government has today released its long anticipated consultation on the regulatory and financial framework to support a new generation of four carbon capture and storage (CCS) plants, promising that...

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