UK carbon capture sector eyes £41bn investment by 2030

Michael Holder
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The C-Capture BECCS system bring trialled at Drax power plant in North Yorkshire | Credit: Drax
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The C-Capture BECCS system bring trialled at Drax power plant in North Yorkshire | Credit: Drax

Trade body CCSA urges sector to seize opportunity to build up domestic supply chain in support of growing CCUS pipeline

Capital investment in carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) projects in the UK could reach £41bn by the end of the decade, opening up a huge opportunity to rapidly develop a strong domestic supply...

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