Carbon Capture

India is third in carbon emissions after China and the United States, accounting for 7 % of the world’s carbon emissions. It intends to attain carbon neutrality by 2070. During

Japan depends heavily on fossil fuels and is in the middle of an energy transition. The country aims to diminish its carbon emissions by transitioning to sustainable energy sources and

China, the world’s largest carbon emitter, is now looking into carbon capture utilisation and storage technologies to reduce emissions and attain carbon neutrality in the future. Keeping this in mind,

This article will discuss carbon capture in Argentina and investigate the ambitions, strategy, and challenges behind carbon capture technology. It will also delve into the key players in the market

This article will discuss carbon capture in the UK and investigate the ambitions, strategy, and challenges behind the deployment of carbon capture technology. It will also delve into the key

This article will discuss carbon capture in South Africa and investigate the ambitions, strategies, and challenges behind carbon capture technology. It will also delve into the key players in the