The United Kingdom's Environmental Audit Committee has released a report declaring that the UK Government must set a deadline for coal-fired power plants to adopt carbon capture and storage technology or face closure. The 91-page report finds that CCS has the potential to significantly reduce emissions both domestically and internationally, but concludes that carbon price alone will not drive commercial-scale CCS deployment, and thus calls for a hard-and-fast deadline as a stick to drive technological development.
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UK Government to set deadline on coal plants to add CCS
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