Government unveils plan for CCS subsidy contracts

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Consultation launched on proposal to allow carbon capture plants to secure contract for difference price suppport

The UK's fledgling carbon capture and storage (CCS) sector took another step forward today, as the government launched a long-awaited consultation on how new carbon capture projects could be subsidised...

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