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Large scale carbon capture for cleaner air

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By 2030 there will be more of us and we will need more energy - 50% more. Satisfying our energy demand without risking escalating global warming, requires drastic short-term measures against the major CO2 emitters: power plants, heavy industry and refineries. One of the most promising solutions can be found in Carbon Capture and Storage technology, CCS for short.

Type: Clip   Reference: I-075741   Date: 13/12/2012   Duration: 02:17 Location: The Hague | Rotterdam | Mol | Lyon | Scheveningen  
Languages: ENGLISH

Tags: DG "Research and Innovation" | Energy producing industry | Nuclear power station
© European Union, 2012   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
Composer: Guy de San
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