Last December, UK utility SSE Thermal and Norwegian multinational Equinor announced that their proposed Keadby 3 project in North Lincolnshire, which consists of gas-fired power plant capable of generating up to 910 MW, equipped with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, had become the first project of its kind to be granted planning consent from the UK government. For SSE Thermal, it marked a major step towards its planned delivery of a series of low-carbon projects, part of its drive to help create a net-zero power system in the UK by 2035, Katy Burke, engineer manager, Keadby Carbon Capture Project, tells Gas Matters.
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