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Alliance to receive funding for carbon capture innovation An alliance of researchers from the UK, Norway and Greece has been ranked top in a Europe-wide funding call and will receive €670,000 towards research into innovative carbon capture technology. The ...
CO2 storage 'map' aims to support CCS research Researchers investigating the viability of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in the UK should find it easier to identify potential carbon storage sites from today, with the launch of an upda ...
Accelerating CCS implementation in the UK The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) sees Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) as one of the UK’s big priority development areas for any future low carbon focused energy system. ETI Programme Manager for CCS, Andre ...
Europe has progressed greatly on building renewable energy generation. However, as theInternational Energy Agency reminded us in April,  the continent is burning more coal than ever before, closely followed by a rising gas bubble of consumption. The world ...
CO2 storage beneath North Sea promoted Experts from academia, government and industry have signed a collaborative research agreement that will provide invaluable knowledge to reduce risk and guide the development of commercial multi-user offshore storage ...
SCOTTISH scientists have uncovered vital clues on how to develop safe carbon capture technology by studying an ancient underground reservoir of CO2. The researchers – from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Strathclyde universities – have analysed a natural well of t ...
Scotland and South Korea seal CCS research deal UK and South Korean researchers will work together to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology after institutions in the two countries yesterday signed a ground-breaking strategic agreement. The M ...