KEPCO CCS Project
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KEPCO CCS Project is a project under discussion between the Victorian government and Kyushu Electric Power Company (KEPCO). The proposed location is unknown.
In September 2009 the Victorian government announced that it had signed a Letter Of Intent with KEPCO to collaborate on research and development "of high-efficiency power generation technologies using Victorian brown coal" including Carbon Capture and Storage(CCS).
KEPCO makes no mention of any project in Victoria on its website.
Articles and resources
- Peter Batchelor, Minister for Energy & Resources, "Japan and Victoria to collaborate on Clean Energy", Media Release, September 2009.
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