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UKCCSRC announces £2.57M funding for CCS Research


Published Jun 23, 2014
The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC)

The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) has announced the allocation of £2.57million from its research budget to support 14 new CCS research projects.

The Minister of State for Energy, Michael Fallon, made this announcement during a visit to the Knowledge Transfer Centre at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre in South Yorkshire after he formally opened the UKCCSRC’s Pilot-Scale Advanced CO2-Capture Technology (PACT) facilities in Beighton.

The Minister said, “Carbon Capture and Storage is a key part of our low carbon energy future. Research and innovation is essential to help keep up the momentum in this sector, so I am pleased to announce £2.5million from the UKCCSRC to support 14 new projects. It’s great to see Yorkshire leading the way with its cutting edge facilities in Beighton.”

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