19.10.2020

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MEM: Zero Carbon Humber Partnership Submits £75 million Bid to Advance UK’s First Net Zero Industrial Cluster

"Twelve leading companies and organisations across the Humber have jointly submitted a public and private sector funded bid worth around £75 million to accelerate decarbonisation in the UK’s most carbon intensive industrial region, helping to support clean growth, future-proof vital industries and protect and create new jobs."

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09.10.2020

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BusinessGreen: 'The biggest prize going': Inside the plans to decarbonise Britain's biggest industrial cluster

"The plan, dubbed Zero Carbon Humber, will focus on two areas: ramping up significantly  hydrogen production in order to transition heavy industry away from fossil fuels where possible; and installing CCS technology to shuttle any remaining carbon dioxide - from industry or from blue hydrogen production - to permanent storage in the rock under the sea."

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08.10.2020

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Energy Voice: Shetland CCS project could still be ’20-30 years ahead’ says leading Scottish researcher

"The head of the Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) research partnership has estimated Shetland could still be “20-30 years” from a CCS project as other locations are prioritised."

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08.10.2020

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The House: The House LiveAll As the ninth largest manufacturing nation in the world, sector growth is critical to the UK As the ninth largest manufacturing nation in the world, sector growth is critical to the UK By Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midland

"Going further than net-zero, the UK concrete and cement industry has launched a roadmap to become net negative by 2050, removing more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it emits each year."

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22.09.2020

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Karma: U.K. May Become Carbon-Negative in Electricity Sector by 2033

"Country targets reducing carbon emissions to net zero for all sectors by 2050 to tackle climate change."

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18.09.2020

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Argus Media: UK climate assembly backs wind, rejects CCS

"The UK's Climate Assembly published a report today putting forward its recommended approach to meeting the UK's legally binding target to reach net-zero emissions by 2050."

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18.09.2020

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The Herald: Scotland should become 'carbon capture hub' for Europe as part of climate strategy

"The head of the independent body set up to advise governments on the climate emergency has suggested Scotland could become a carbon capture “hub” for the rest of Europe as part of plans to transform into a zero carbon economy."

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18.09.2020

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Carbon Engineering: Pale Blue Dot Energy and Carbon Engineering create partnership to deploy Direct Air Capture in the UK

"This agreement marks the first partnership between a DAC technology company and a UK development partner and signifies the next step towards establishing a UK DAC industry that will create significant environmental and economic benefits."

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14.09.2020

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Energy Voice: Europe could see $35bn in CCS spending till 2035, with UK dominating

"It’s been a long and costly two decades of carbon capture and storage (CCS) studies and test centers. Now Europe has reached a stage where big-scale developments make financial sense and could trigger up to $35 billion in development spending until 2035 – by which time as much as 75 million tonnes of CO2 could be captured and stored per year on the continent, a Rystad Energy analysis shows."

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07.09.2020

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BusinessGreen: MPs table fresh legislation to 'close gaps' in UK Climate Change Act

"Legislation aimed at "closing the gaps" in the UK's Climate Change Act by including the nation's international aviation, shipping and supply chains in greenhouse gas reduction targets is set to be tabled in Parliament today, pulling in support from MPs across much of the political spectrum."

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