Cutting down carbon dioxide emissions in India’s coal sector
A recent study, commissioned by Christian Aid and written by researchers from the Universities of Surrey and Edinburgh, reveals the prospects for Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) technology in India. It examines whether CCS could be a suitable technology for cutting down India’s carbon dioxide emissions. Drawing on a survey of energy experts with particular knowledge of the country, it also explores how CCS might be developed and deployed in the Indian context. (more…)
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