News: May 2016

New ETI report - Existing technology and a co-ordinated, co-located series of deployments can cut CCS costs

New report from the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has reinforced the importance of carbon capture and storage (CCS) to a UK low carbon energy system and identified an effective way of reducing costs deploying existing technology and utilising shared infrastructure, rather than investment in further technology advances.

New study of UK’s CO2 storage asset confirms massive opportunity for affordable climate action

Source: SCCS

New study of UK’s CO2 storage asset confirms massive opportunity for affordable climate action