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Author: George Day Head of Economic Strategy

George Day joined the ETI in November 2011 to lead work on the policy and economics of low carbon energy technologies. He has over 20 years of international experience as a policy economist in the water, energy and agricultural sectors. Before joining ETI he was a director at Ofwat the water sector regulator.

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Carbon capture and storage - Building the UK carbon capture and storage sector by 2030 - Scenarios and actions

The UK has an opportunity to build a CCS sector capable of reducing the costs of meeting its carbon targets, by exploiting the UK’s unique offshore engineering capabilities, safeguarding the future of key energy-intensive industries.

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