Drax reveals ‘carbon negative’ biomass CO2 capture project

Drax is to fit a demonstration-scale carbon capture system to one of its biomass lines, the firm announced today

Drax power station
Drax could go from being the UK's largest point source of carbon dioxide to effectively removing the greenhouse gas from the atmosphere

Drax is to fit a demonstration-scale carbon capture system to one of its biomass lines, the firm announced today.

The project would be the first bioenergy carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project in the UK, a technology which it describes as carbon negative – effectively removing CO2 from the air rather than contributing more.

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