Labour: CCS is a necessity, not an option

James Murray
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Opposition publishes policy paper outlining its plans to rapidly expand the UK's fledgling carbon capture and storage industry

Labour yesterday published a detailed policy position paper on the future of the carbon capture and storage (CCS) sector, outlining how it plans to mobilise significant investment in the fledgling industry...

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