Update and Studies of Selected Issues Related to Government and Institutional Policies and Incentives Contributing to CO2 Capture and Geological Storage
Lee Solsbery et al, on behalf of Environmental Resources Management Ltd
This report (dated January 2004) by Energy Resources Management of London (UK) reviews, analyses and compares existing incentives and public policies or regulations that allow, inhibit or stimulate the capture of CO2 for geological storage.
The report focuses on policies, regulations, incentives, and planned near-term measures, including any likely linkages with the Kyoto flexible mechanisms. The report also highlights how official policies, regulations, and incentives treat CO2 capture and geological storage (CCS) in comparison to other measures to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and how this might be affected by the attitudes of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to geological storage.
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