Making the macroeconomic case for CCS

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Abstract

The Centre for Energy Policy at the University of Strathclyde argues that the UK’s decision to scrap its CCS commercialisation competition brings into sharp focus an urgent need to consider the economic service role of capture, transport and storage activities.
LanguageEnglish
Pages14-15
Number of pages2
Volume54
Specialist publicationCarbon Capture Journal
Publication statusPublished - 23 Nov 2016

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energy policy
macroeconomics
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Keywords

  • UK carbon targets
  • carbon capture and storage
  • energy policy
  • climate change
  • waste
  • macroeconomics

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Making the macroeconomic case for CCS. / Turner, Karen; Race, Julia.

In: Carbon Capture Journal, Vol. 54, 23.11.2016, p. 14-15.

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