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Innovative technology from Leeds in UK carbon capture pilot


A spin-out from the School of Chemistry at the University of Leeds is being used in the first BECCS (bioenergy with carbon capture and storage) pilot project of its kind in the world. C-Capture, developed by Professor Chris Rayner, is being used by Drax Power Station, the UK’s biggest renewable power generator, to capture carbon dioxide....