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CCS - the scale of the opportunity explored in  this article 

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CCS: Carbon Capture and Storage

Like another topic we've discussed before, hydrogen, CCS is not new to the world. But, like hydrogen, it has had false dawns in the past, is back in the minds of industry now - and is on the hunt for policy support in order to progress. So it was another ideal topic for us to delve into, in our travel around the potential options available to a new energy industry.

Dr Massey and I chinwag around CCS Carbon Capture and Storage

 

 

 

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Matt Chester on Oct 29, 2020

is on the hunt for policy support in order to progress

One of the reasons I remain skeptical about CCS (at least at a large scale) is that it seems emblematic of the saying that 'when you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail.' In this case, the hammer is a profitable and ubiquitous fossil fuel industry and CCS is the way to make sure you can simply keep using that hammer, even if there are better options out there. OK maybe the analogy isn't direct as I'd like, but it seems like CCS is trying to solve the 'we want to keep selling fossil fuels' problem, not the 'we want the most logical, straightforward clean energy' problem. 

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