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G20 Presidency: International Seminar underlining importance of CCUS for achieving RK Singh
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G20 Presidency: International Seminar underlining importance of CCUS for achieving "clean energy transition" held in Bengaluru

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 Feb 2023, 08:41 pm

New Delhi: R. K. Singh, Union Minister of Power and New & Renewable Energy addressed the International Seminar on ‘Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage’ (CCUS).

The seminar is being held under the aegis of G20 India Presidency in Bengaluru and was organised by NTPC.

Gurdeep Singh, CMD NTPC briefed Union minister R.K Singh about the 3D working model of 10 TPD CO2 to the Methanol Plant set up at NTPC Vindhyachal located in Madhya Pradesh.

R.K Singh along with Dr V. K. Saraswat, Member of NITI Aayog took interest in various CCUS Initiatives of NTPC such as CO2 to Gen-4 Ethanol, Urea & Carbonated Aggregate.

The seminar focused on underlining the importance of CCUS for achieving "clean energy transition" and subsequently moving towards Net Zero.

This seminar being attended by industries, policy makers, scientists and academicians of different countries.

Ujjwal Kanti Bhattacharya, Director (Project), Shashant, CGM NETRA, Harjit Singh, CGM (CC), and other senior officials were also present.

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