Danish energy minister to fund research in direct air carbon capture

The Danish government is looking to grant DKK 100 million (EUR 13.5 million) for research into lowering the costs of capturing CO2 directly out of the atmosphere.

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Successful climate change mitigation will require new thinking and cheaper advanced solutions.

For that reason, Danish minister of energy and climate Lars Christian Lilleholt (Liberal Party) wants to grant DKK 100 million (EUR 13.5 million) for funding research in CO2 sequestration, which will be proposed in the government's clean air and climate proposal Tuesday.

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