The UK’s Clean Energy Strategy – a government document released earlier this month setting out the country’s path to a low-carbon future – was keenly anticipated by advocates of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.
At last, they hoped, Westminster would come to its senses and put CCS back at the forefront of its energy agenda, two years after callously scrapping its £1 billion ($1.3 billion) CCS funding competition.
But upon turning to page 69 of the document, it was clear any hope would be...
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