CCS ‘may only make sense in areas like north-east Scotland’. Rollout of CCS technology is likely to be very “place-specific”, rather than widespread, as a measure to tackle climate change, according to new research. The paper, published in the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, has been produced by academics from Robert Gordon University and the University of Highlands and Islands/ the Scottish Association of Marine Science (SAMS). It states that CCS (carbon capture and storage) “may only make sense in settings such as north-east Scotland” which has specific infrastructure and skill sets in place.
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