Drax’s BECCS plans accused of threatening energy security

UK: Energy needed for carbon capture and storage will reduced overall output, campaigners say

by Catherine Early
Drax biogas plant
The net capacity of Drax's two bioenergy units with BECCS will be 931MW, according to an environmental statement. Photograph: Teamjackson/Getty Images

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