CCS competition delays could hinder projects’ EU funding

The UK has proposed a strong field of competitive carbon capture and storage projects for EU funding. To succeed these will need government co-funding. The UK’s four delayed CCS competitions could yet prove the weak link

Scottish Power's 2.3-gigawatt Longannet coal-fired power plant near Stirling (credit: Scottish Power)
Scottish Power's 2.3-gigawatt Longannet coal-fired power plant near Stirling (credit: Scottish Power)

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