Don Valley leads UK CCS charge for €1.5bn EU funds

Will Nichols
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Yorkshire carbon capture project heads up list including four UK projects, but EU says initial funds may not cover lower ranked proposals

Four UK carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects and one marine energy scheme are under consideration for up to €1.5bn of EU funding. 2Co's Don Valley Power project heads the list of eight CCS proposals,...

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