Westminster vision for carbon capture and storage ‘should be tied to large-scale hydrogen trial’, says national adviser

Westminster has backed the first UK carbon capture usage and storage plant (CCUS) and hailed its benefits for industry, but a large-scale trial of hydrogen must be developed alongside it, according to the National Infrastructure Commission

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The Acorn CO2 site in Aberdeenshire will be the first of its kind in the UK, capturing 200,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide

Westminster has backed the first UK carbon capture usage and storage plant (CCUS) and hailed its benefits for industry, but a large-scale trial of hydrogen must be developed alongside it, according to the National Infrastructure Commission - the national advisers on pressing infrastructure challenges.

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