Drax to trial second CO2 capture system at Yorkshire biomass plant

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Four of the six power generating units at Drax in North Yorkshire now run on biomass
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Four of the six power generating units at Drax in North Yorkshire now run on biomass

Drax teams up with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for 'groundbreaking' 12-month carbon capture pilot at its Yorkshire biomass plant

Drax is set to test another carbon capture system at its biomass power plant in North Yorkshire, after today announcing plans to begin trialling Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' (MHI) negative emissions technology...

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