Carbon capture and storage an option for NZ

Gavin Evans
Sat, 02 Jan 2021

Gavin Evans
Sat, 02 Jan 2021
New Zealand should be looking at local opportunities for carbon capture use and storage regardless of the country’s progress on renewable electricity generation, a US advocate for the technology says.CCS – in which carbon is captured and either manufactured into some durable product or pumped into deep underground sandstones – is one of the few technologies that can address emissions from industries like steelmaking and cement manufacturing, said Lee Beck, innovation director on CCS policy at the Boston-headquartered Clean Air...

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