Oct 11th 2012
Davey to launch £20mn CCS funding in Scotland
Speaking at the Low-carbon Investment Conference in Edinburgh on Thursday 11 October energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey outlined a package of measures to help resolve issues for energy generators and consumers in Scotland. Davey will launch a £20mn carbon capture and storage (CCS) research and development project by the Energy Technologies Institute that will design, build and test a CCS plant by 2016. A £5mn competition will also be launched for collective purchasing/ switching initiatives in Scotland. The energy secretary will establish a Scottish Island renewables steering group to look at the concerns on the speed of progress on developing renewable energy projects in the region.
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