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ETI welcomes CCSA Report on Lessons Learned from UK CCS Programmes

29 June 2016

Dennis Gammer
Dennis Gammer Strategy Manager

Our analysis shows that the cost of decarbonisation doubles when CCS is not employed in the UK’s future energy system. This cost could increase further still should new nuclear developments be seriously delayed. The scrapping of the Commercialisation Programme does not change this. “There are no technical barriers to UK offshore CO2 storage, CCS has a key role to play in decarbonising the power sector and with a strong history in oil, gas and power skills, the UK is well placed to lead the world in the development of CCS.

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