'CCUS vision': Government unveils plan to scale 'competitive' UK carbon capture industry

Cecilia Keating
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A view across the River Tees, a region that has been picked a priority for CCUS funding | Credit: iStock
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A view across the River Tees, a region that has been picked a priority for CCUS funding | Credit: iStock

DESNZ confirms plan to hold allocation rounds for CCUS funding from 2027 onwards as it publishes business models for the sector

The government has unveiled further details of its vision for building a "competitive market" for carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) by 2035, in a bid to turn the UK into a global leader in...

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