New partnerships are evidence of renewed momentum within the carbon capture and utilization space

Last week, Veolia announced a partnership with Carbon Clean Solutions Limited (CCSL) for the large-scale deployment of CCSL’s carbon capture technology for industrial processes. The announcement follows the successful commissioning of CCSL’s technology at a coal-fired power plant in India last Novem...

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