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EU invests €1.1bn in clean tech innovation projects

The European Union is investing over €1.1 billion into seven large-scale innovative projects under the Innovation Fund.

Australia adds ultra-low-cost solar to latest low emissions tech statement

The Australian government has added ultra-low-cost solar energy as a priority technology in its Low Emissions Technology Statement 2021

Texas energy giants throw weight behind carbon capture and storage

The large-scale rollout of carbon capture and storage tech has gained industry support in Houston with 11 firms supporting the initiative.

OPITO commits to standardised workforce training to support energy transition

OPITO’s emergency response frameworks, for on and offshore, will act as a basis for the development of CCUS and floating offshore wind workforce training.

Iceland launches the world’s largest carbon capture and storage plant

Icelandic carbon capture company, Climeworks, has officially launched Orca, the world’s largest direct air capture and storage plant that permanently removes CO₂ from the air.

Carbon Capture and Storage: Carbon capture and storage: the race is on to find a winner

Two years ago Germany’s E.ON, the company that runs Powergen in the UK, began the process of creating Britain’s first large pilot-scale carbon capture test rig.

Double boost for carbon capture and storage

Carbon capture and storage may be set for a resurgence following two positive announcements about the technology this week.

Carbon capture and storage: There is no alternative

 Jeff Chapman is the chief executive of the Carbon Capture & Storage Association, which is headquartered in London, UK. The 60 year old from Northallerton, North Yorkshire discusses the somewhat slow strategic, if not technical, progress of this burgeoning technology with Deputy Editor Tim Probert. 

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.

The time is now: carbon capture and storage

Due to a combination of significant funds being made available and political moves to introduce legislation demanding it, the day carbon capture and storage becomes a commercial reality for coal fired power plants may be closer than many predicted.