New trends bolster chance of successful deployment of carbon capture and storage
25th February 2020
The United States leads the global deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies. A progressive policy framework and sustained government support have launched the roll-out of the next generation of CCS facilities. With impacts of climate change becoming ever more devastating, and the need to eliminate emissions as soon as possible, these are welcome developments. However, reaching net-zero emissions climate goals will require a 100-fold scale-up of CCS facilities between now and 2040, demanding further supportive policies and mechanisms, writes Lee Beck, our DC-based Senior Advisor for Advocacy and Communications in The Hill. Read the full piece.