The IEA estimates carbon capture and storage (CCS) will be needed to cut 14 percent of the emissions that have to be abated by 2060 to limit the global rise in temperature to less than 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit).
The University of Sheffield has secured funding of more than £6m to develop its carbon and storage research for another five years. The University leads the UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC).
A very interesting article about Kentucky´s Carbon Capture plant. There, University of Kentucky researchers continue to test technology they say is cheaper and more efficient than others being tested around the country.
The UK needs to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects to achieve its climate change targets economically, according to the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).
China is expected to displace North America and take the lead in the next wave of carbon capture and storage projects after its first large-scale endeavor with the technology advanced.
“We are broadly in the right starting position to keep warming below 2C,” but most models require carbon capture to meet the Paris goal, researchers say
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