CCS 'losing its bridging potential in Europe'

The potential for carbon capture and storage (CCS) to act as a bridging technology for reducing CO2 until renewable energy can be produced on a massive scale is slipping away, according to a study issued by the Wuppertal Institute in Germany on Tuesday.

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