On 8 June 2015 the EU Energy Council met in Brussels to discuss the Energy Security Strategy and adopt conclusions on the implementation of the Energy Union. On the latter, the Council encouraged initiatives to provide instruments that can bring new technologies to the market, including carbon capture and storage (CCS) and sustainable low-carbon technologies for industry. The Council calls for newer low carbon technologies like CCS to be brought to the market.
The text agreed upon, Conclusions on the implementation of the Energy Union: empowering consumers and attracting investments in the energy sector, can be found HERE.
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