EU seeks low carbon solutions for energy intensive industries
A new initiative to help finance low carbon technology solutions – especially those used in energy intensive industries – that cut greenhouse gas emissions has been launched, writes Energy Live News.
The European Commission is inviting proposals from companies for a €20 million (£16.3m) fund as part of its Sustainable Industry Low Carbon II (SILC II) scheme. It will support the development of new technologies and their implementation in some pilot industrial plants under real working conditions.
Targeted energy intensive industries include iron, steel, aluminium, copper, cement, glass, paper and ceramics.
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