The NER300 scheme for financing carbon capture and storage (CCS) and innovative renewables technologies has been a success and its continuation should be considered, a European Commission official told MEPs this week.
Humberto Delgado Rosa, head of the low-carbon technology unit in the EU executive’s climate department, said that the possibility of a follow-up scheme could be looked at once the current programme comes to an end.
He was speaking at a special hearing on the NER300 scheme at the European Parliament’s industry, research and energy committee on Wednesday.
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