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

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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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