Scottish scientists engaged in frontline research into carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology will continue to play a key role in the UK CCS Research Centre (UKCCSRC), which has today received £7.6 million funding to extend its work for a further five years.
The Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Jobs, and Fair Work Committee has now published its report on Scotland's draft Climate Change Plan following a parliamentary session at which SCCS Director, Professor Stuart Haszeldine, provided evidence.
Energy sector experts gave evidence to an MSP committee meeting today on the Scottish Government’s recent draft climate change plan and energy strategy. The panel, which included Professor Stuart Haszeldine, SCCS Director, responded to questions relating to the effective decarbonisation of Scotland’s energy system by 2032.
SCCS welcomes the launch this week of the Scottish Government’s draft energy strategy, which sets out its vision for delivering a “safe and reliable” energy system up to 2050 in line with Scotland’s climate ambitions.