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Exit by utilities from EU CCS project ‘a matter of great concern’

A decision by four of Europe's largest utilities to opt out of a decade long carbon capture and storage (CCS) project is "a matter of great concern" according to a leading academic and advocate of the technology.

DECC disappointed at Parliament’s ETS decision

The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has expressed its disappointment at the European Parliament's decision to vote against the European Commission intervening in the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) to backload allowances.

US CCS milestone ‘miniscule’ in terms of need

A leading advocate of carbon capture and storage says that a milestone reached in the US this week is nowhere near sufficient to what is needed for the technology to be deemed a success.

Leading academic says criticism of Poland on CCS ‘unfair’

A top academic and former adviser to the UK government on energy policy says that countries other than Poland should be put under their spotlight for their record in driving forward carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

UK government berated for decision to sideline ‘essential’ coal

The UK's coal industry says the government is wrong to announce the phasing out of coal power and pointed out the negative impact it will have on carbon capture and storage development.

Phasing out coal to hinder UK energy objectives – Sporton

The head of the World Coal Association says completely abandoning the use of coal from the UK's power generation mix will make the government's objectives for energy â€Ëœconsiderably more difficult.'

Planning application lodged for UK carbon capture and storage plant

Aberdeenshire Council in Scotland is in receipt of a planning application for what would be Europe's first first commercial scale gas-fired CCS project.

UK must develop CCS or lose competitive advantage ” report

Analysis compiled by the UK Trades Union Congress and the Carbon Capture and Storage Association contends that the country needs to invest in CCS technology or lose a significant competitive advantage.

The energiewende contradiction

To the chagrin of many in Germany, Merkel's administration seems to be embracing the contradiction of an energiewende based on coal.

Cork for carbon capture and storage?

Gas Networks Ireland are considering the development of a carbon capture and storage facility off the coast of Cork, Ireland.

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