Drax’s proposed bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) plant could cost £31.7 billion in public subsidies according to a new report from Ember.
Over 60,000 green jobs are to be created as the result of £166.5 million of funding announced today (24 May) by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
A new report produced by Baringa and commissioned by Drax has found bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) could save the UK over £4.5 billion.
A pilot bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) project is to take place in a partnership between Drax and Mistubishi Heavy Industries Engineering (MHI).
Drax CEO Will Gardiner spoke to Current± about why ending coal made sense, what will happen to the remaining units post-2022 and how bioenergy alongside carbon capture and storage (BECCS) fits into the future energy mix.
Funding boosts for carbon capture and storage (CCS), electric vehicles (EVs) and nuclear announced, as renewables are once again absent from the UK's Budget.
Government must enable more innovation for net zero, the Energy Systems Catapult (ESC) has concluded.
The UK could achieve net zero with proven technology, eliminating the need for carbon capture and storage (CCS), a new report suggests.
The UK’s first industrial-scale Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) demonstration plant is to be built by Tata Chemicals Europe (TCE), as the government announces £26 million of funding.