Tuesday, 16 October 2012

"Defining the prize for CCS is the problem" - OIES Featured

oward Rogers, Director, Gas Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies oward Rogers, Director, Gas Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

Britain is preparing to make a 'dash for gas generation' which may pove to be the more affordable option than renewables.

"Following the government's change in policy direction, it is now time and money that will determine whether a power plant, equipped with viable Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, will be in operation by 2020," says Howard Rogers, Director, Gas Programme, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES).

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