Research: £1bn CCS fund does not go far enough

Will Nichols
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UK Energy Research Centre study warns government will have to supplement CCS fund if carbon capture industry is to grow

Scientists have expressed concerns over government plans to bury emissions captured from coal and gas-fired power plants, arguing technical, economic, financial, and social uncertainties remain and could...

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