The UK government will invest up to £100 million ($132 million) in carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology and industrial innovation as part of its Clean Growth Strategy, published on Thursday.
A new CCUS Council will help the government to work in partnership with the industry and deploy CCUS at scale in the UK, the document says. The government will also invest £900 million in smart systems and demand-response technology, as well as nuclear and renewables.
It will also aim to provide a...
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