Scotland is to plough a six-figure investment into the UK’s biggest ever carbon capture and storage (CCS) research study. The Scottish Government, the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) and Scottish Enterprise confirmed last night they will each commit £50,000 in an effort to reduce carbon emissions and halt climate change. The £150,000 fund will go towards supporting a research partnership involving several Scottish universities, including Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University (RGU). The cash injection aims to support the Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) knowledge exchange partnership, which brings together academia, industry and government.
Energy Voice 15th Feb 2019 read more »