SSE and Equinor plot new 900MW carbon capture gas power plant

Michael Holder
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Energy firms estimate project could capture up to 1.5 million tonnes of CO2 from the new gas power plant each year

SSE and Equinor have today unveiled plans to jointly develop a new 900MW gas fired power station fitted with carbon capture technology in Peterhead, Scotland, which they estimate could avoid up to 1.5...

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