CCS has had a rough ride, but energy policy under Theresa May has put the technology back on the agenda

When the UK voted to leave the European Union in June, it caused unprecedented political upheaval. But no one expected the transformation of the UK energy landscape that has taken place since the vote.

First, there was uproar when the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) was abolished and...

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carbon capture  energy policy  BEIS  DECC  Paris Agreement 

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