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EU, Japan to Launch Joint Anti-climate Change Projects
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Article Type: Reprinted
The EU and Japan will launch nine joint projects to develop anti-climate change technologies.
The projects will cover solar power generation, power storage, and carbon capture and storage (CCS).
The agreement was made during a two-day meeting of senior Japanese and European commission officials held in Tokyo on 6-7 March.
The two parties aim to make advanced low-carbon technologies within these fields commercially viable by 2030.
Carbon capture and storage is seen as a promising technology to cut greenhouse gas emissions, but is currently too expensive.
The projects to be initiated by the EU and Japan will focus on safety and transport, public perception and standardization, in a bid to boost CCS deployment.
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