Low efficiency will make BECCS ‘very expensive’

The low efficiency of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) means that plants using the technology will require heavy subsidies, an academic has warned. Dr Daniel Quiggin, senior research fellow at the Chatham House Institute, raised concerns about BECCS during a hearing of the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee on Thursday (25 November).  

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