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Read more ...Did you know that carbon capture has been happening in Edinburgh for 30 years?

Carbon dioxide is a by-product in the production of whisky, resulting when yeast ferments wheat grain, or malted barley, to make alcohol.  It’s also an important ingredient in fizzy drinks – and one Scottish distillery spotted an opportunity to join these two things up back in the late 1980s.

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Read more ...New research showing how naturally occurring noble gases can be used to track the movement of carbon dioxide (CO2) injected underground could provide a reliable monitoring technique for carbon storage operators worldwide.

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Read more ...The University of Edinburgh, one of SCCS’s founding partners, has developed the world’s first open online course exploring the technology that can provide a long-term solution to protecting our atmosphere from an excess of carbon dioxide (CO2).

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Read more ...A UK delegation of scientists travelled to Korea earlier this month as part of a joint clean energy initiative funded by the British Embassy in Seoul and Korea’s national research agency.  

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Read more ...The Scottish Government has today published its first Energy Strategy, providing a vision for our low-carbon energy future as we seek to meet essential climate targets and commitments.

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