Carbon Clean Solutions launches 'game-changing' Indian project to capture coal plant carbon emissions

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Carbon Clean Solutions launches 'game-changing' Indian project to capture coal plant carbon emissions

Carbon Capture and Utilisation project promising low cost carbon capture hailed as major breakthrough for nascent industry

Plans have this week been unveiled for a ground-breaking carbon capture project, which could mark a turning point for the fledgling industry. Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL) announced yesterday...

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