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10 GW of carbon capture and storage by 2030

Energy Technologies Institute lays out £30bn 15-year carbon capture plan

The UK should build 10GW of carbon capture and storage by 2030, The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has said. An ETI report published this week claimed that building the infrastructure needed to capture 50m tonnes of C02 from industry and power stations is “feasible and affordable”.

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