Drax signs deal with Mitsubishi for carbon capture technology

Drax has signed a deal with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to use the Japanese company’s technology for its proposed bioenergy with carbon capture and storage project. The firm is planning to capture and store carbon dioxide emissions from two of the four biomass at its power station in North Yorkshire, with the aim of generating so-called “negative emissions”.

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