Drax pilots carbon capture technology

A six-month pilot to capture carbon dioxide emissions from the Drax power station in North Yorkshire began today, the energy company confirmed

Drax power plant
Drax power plant

A six-month pilot to capture carbon dioxide emissions from the Drax power station in North Yorkshire began today, the energy company confirmed.

The plant will capture a tonne of CO2 a day from the gases produced by burning biomass at Drax, which is the UK’s biggest power station.

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