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‘Hundreds’ of carbon capture plants must be built in Europe in next decade, says report

Workers in front of screens in the control room of Heidelberg Materials’ cement plant in Antoing, Belgium
Heidelberg Materials is planning to equip the kiln at its Antoing, Belgium cement plant with a carbon capture facility. The European Commission estimates about 450mn tonnes of CO₂ will need to be captured annually within the EU by 2050 to meet net zero targets (Photo: Benoit Doppagne/Belga/AFP via Getty Images)

EU policymakers should incorporate carbon capture targets into national energy and climate plans, CCS Europe says

EU policymakers must significantly boost carbon capture and storage deployment over the next decade if the union is to meet its 2050 net zero commitments, says a manifesto by advocacy group CCS Europe.

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