Low-Carbon Projects Face 'Make or Break' Moment in Europe

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  • Energy security objectives hastily drawn up by European governments in recent months are reshaping the mix of low-carbon opportunities.
  • This year should prove decisive for several key projects due to be sanctioned, while potentially poking holes in some overhyped schemes.
  • Many companies say strong policy support is still needed to unlock investment in hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) hubs.

The Issue

Carbon Capture (CCS), Hydrogen, Low-Carbon Policy, Policy and Regulation
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