Carbon Capture and Storage operations and trials in the UK

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While Carbon Capture and Storage is only at the research and development stage for use with coal-fired power stations, the United Kingdom is aiming to attract subsidies from the European Union for one or possibly two trial projects.[1]

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  1. Alex Morales and Paul Dobson, "Britain Seeks Two of 12 EU-Financed Plants to Capture Carbon", Bloomberg, February 25, 2009.

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