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UK needs to be ‘more aspirational’ in transition roadmap

Rapid delivery at scale of CCUS and hydrogen will depend on government policy, transferrable skills and technology

Carbon capture, utilisation and storage and net-zero hydrogen will play an important part in the energy transition—but net-zero ambitions may not be reached without fast delivery at scale of projects. This rapid build-out will require support by government policy and regulation, while transferrable skills and technology will also need to be leveraged. The UK’s ten-point plan for a green industrial revolution, published last November, set out how government intends to leverage spending to attract further billions of pounds of private investment and support up to 250,000 jobs by 2030. Policy and regulation Mike Smith, CEO of the North East Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage Alliance (Neccus



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