This is a report supporting Meeting Carbon Budgets – 2016 Progress Report to Parliament (June 2016).
The supporting research explores the options for commercialising Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in the UK. The report finds that cost savings can by made by:
- creating capture and storage hubs to reduce transport and storage infrastructure costs,
- the continuous roll out of CCS power generation, and
- choosing the optimal technology, locations and knowledge transfer.
The supporting research was written by Pöyry.