||Robinson, L. Scoping New Thermal CCS Power Station - Stage A Identification of potential sites, ETI, 2014. https://doi.org/10.5286/UKERC.EDC.000107. Cite this using DataCite
||URS Infrastructure and Environment UK Ltd
||URS was appointed by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) in June 2014 (Consultancy Agreement ref. NHE/CS/URS) to undertake a desk-top selection and review study, to identify potential sites available for the development of a new low carbon thermal power plant that can benefit from the marginal cost of connection to a carbon sink. This scope of works constitutes work package WP1.1 of ETI’s “Incentivisation of Thermal Power with CCS” programme. This report presents the conclusions at Stage A of this study, in which URS has identified a list of possible locations for new power stations, and applied qualitative criteria to highlight the highest ranking sites for further discussion and review with ETI.
||ETI-CC2014: Thermal Power Station with CCS scoping
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Scoping New Thermal CCS Power Station - Incentivisation of Thermal Power with CCS
Scoping New Thermal CCS Power Station - Incentivisation of Thermal Power with CCS - Stage 1B Final Report
Scoping New Thermal CCS Power Station - Stage B Identification of potential sites