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What the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill means for the US energy landscape

A group of senators has released a $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework designed to make transformational investments in energy, transport, clean water and broadband infrastructure.

New York governor announces funding for carbontech innovation programme

There is a need to increase investments in technology R&D with the carbontech solutions market still in its infancy stage.
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Baker Hughes secures rights to use SRI’s carbon capture technology

A new deal signed by global energy technology company Baker Hughes will help the company to expand its portfolio of carbon capture technologies.
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Carbon capture technology faces a difficult few years

A new report from IDTechEx explores the technical and commercial factors that are key to ensuring the success of the carbon capture industry.
100$ million dollar awarded by Elon Musk for carbon capture technology

Ed’s note: Elon Musk, the carbon capture quest and a $100 million prize

Elon Musk launched his challenge to find the best carbon dioxide removal technologies in the world, is this something the utility industry should look at?

Ed’s note: Could emissions capturing technology change the natural gas story?

Is it possible to change the story of natural gas – or even coal – through the use of carbon capture technology? Our most-read article over the past few days has been one about a...
Eni renewables

Eni announces renewables-powered restructuring plan

Eni has announced a restructuring of its business operations, with a strong focus on incorporating renewable energy and wide-spread energy efficiency and decarbonisation efforts.
Coal plant closure

RWE, SSE close last coal plants – only four left in Britain

UK energy giants SSE and RWE have shut down their last two coal-fired plants - the Fiddler's Ferry power station in Warrington, Sheffield, and the Aberthaw coal-fired station in Wales, after nearly half a century of operation.
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UK government backs world-first low carbon hydrogen projects

The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded £13m ($17m) to fund two world-first hydrogen projects led by the HyNet consortium in the northwest of England.
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US DoE offers $43 million in CCS funding for power sector

The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has announced up to $43 million in funding to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies