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Energy and Climate Change Committee
Report published; awaiting Government response
In November, the Government announced that £1bn of funding set aside for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) competition had been removed. However, CCS is often cited as the means by which we can decarbonise and meet our climate change targets while continuing to use fossil fuels.
The Energy and Climate Change Committee explores the impact of the recent decision on investors and the supply chain and looks at the near- and long-term future of carbon capture and storage in the UK.
Evidence given by Richard Simon-Lewis, Financing Director, Capture Power, Professor Jon Gibbins, Director, UK CCS Research Centre, Luke Warren, Chief Executive, CCS Association, Chris Littlecott, Programme Leader, Fossil Fuel Transitions and CCS Technology, E3G, Neil Kenley, Director of Business Investment, Tees Valley Unlimited
Energy and Climate Change Committee report warns carbon capture and storage cuts challenges COP21 targets