CCS setback as Drax says it will not invest further in White Rose project

James Murray
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Energy giant says it will complete feasibility and technology development project, but "drastically different financial and regulatory environment" means it will not fund full deployment

Drax has today announced it will not invest in the planned White Rose carbon capture and storage (CCS) project at its power plant in Yorkshire, after it has completed work on the current feasibility and...

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