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Time for the UK to show it’s serious about CCS

Time for the UK to show it’s serious about CCS

Today, the BEIS Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage (CCUS) Cost Challenge Taskforce, on which Sandbag sits, has published its report to Government, with recommendations on how the UK can begin deployment of this vital technology for tackling climate change. Back...
CCU-fuels are not renewable

CCU-fuels are not renewable

 30th NOVEMBER UPDATE The Commission published its proposals for the Renewable Energy Directive today as part of the EU’s Winter Package. You can read them here. Disappointingly, a loophole that allows non-renewable CCU-fuels to contribute to the...
Paris means negative emissions

Paris means negative emissions

Brexit may mean Brexit, but Paris means negative emissions. Today, as the global agreement enters into force, governments and civil society must act in concert to deploy carbon negative technology. If governments worldwide are serious in their Paris Agreement plans...

Oxburgh report shows a bright future for UK CCS

Sandbag welcomes the publication of the Oxburgh report today, commissioned by the previous Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, showing the path towards a strong Carbon Capture and Storage industry in the UK. The report claims that commercial CCS projects...