Scottish government steps in to provide £80m to Acorn CCS project

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A Siemens CCS site already in operation in Norway (credit: Siemens)
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A Siemens CCS site already in operation in Norway (credit: Siemens)

After it was sidelined in UK government's zero carbon cluster funding plans, the Scottish government has moved to provide financial support to the country's flagship carbon capture project

The Scottish government has confirmed it is to provide financial backing of up to £80m to help plans for the Acorn carbon capture cluster advance, despite the high profile project missing out on the initial...

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