High Court drama, CCS approvals, and CO2 removal rules: BusinessGreen's most read stories of the week

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BusinessGreen rounds up the most widely read stories on the site this week

'A damning indictment': Lord Deben intervenes in High Court legal challenge against government climate plans

Conservative peer and former chair of the Climate Change Committee submits witness statement in support of legal action accusing government of breaching Climate Change Act.

- by James Murray (@james_bg

 

UK Infrastructure Bank makes first green hydrogen investment

Public investment bank announces £30m of funding for hydrogen power unit maker GeoPura.

- by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

 

Government gives green light to new gas power plant with CCS in Teesside

BP and Equinor secure development consent for new fossil gas power plant fitted with carbon capture technology in Teesside.

- by Cecilia Keating (@cecilia_keating)

 

H2H Saltend: 600MW blue hydrogen and CCS project wins planning permission

Major low carbon hydrogen and carbon capture project in the Humber region given green light by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

- by Stuart Stone (@sstone26)

 

'World first': EU reaches agreement on carbon removal certification rules

European Parliament, Council and Commission reach initial agreement on first EU-level certification framework for carbon removals.

- by Stuart Stone (@sstone26)

 

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