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Injecting carbon dioxide into rocks at more than one point simultaneously could offer the key to more effective storage of carbon dioxide (CO2), a new industry-backed study reveals today.

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Plans to restrict access to key renewable energy subsidy schemes threaten the future of community energy projects, Scottish and Welsh ministers warned in a letter to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) yesterday.

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The Scottish government has underlined its support for the UK’s onshore wind industry once again, today granting approval for the planned Kennoxhead development in South Lanarkshire.

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The government’s decision to end onshore wind subsidies a year early has been slammed as “anti-business” by Fergus Ewing, Scottish energy minister.

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Floating wind turbines could provide the “next big opportunity” for Scotland’s burgeoning renewables industry, Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing will claim today.

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