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Tag Archives: carbon capture and storage
UK Climate Change Policy – A Critical Analysis (3)
The third of this series of posts assesses whether it is feasible for the UK to obtain the electricity required to deliver its net zero plans. The government’s long-term plan for energy, largely set out in its White Paper Powering … Continue reading
Progress with Carbon Capture and Storage
The recent launch of a large-scale power station retro-fitted with carbon capture and storage (CCS) is an important step forward in addressing climate change. It is no criticism to add that many issues surrounding CCS remain to be resolved. The … Continue reading
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