Italy's largest power company Enel has signed an agreement with China to share the carbon capture and storage technology piloted at its Federico II Plant in Brindisi, Italy.
An agreement was signed on September 14th between the Chinese Ministry for Science and Technology and the Italian Ministry for the Environment and Enel to promote clean coal technology.
"We have been working with Chinese institutions since 2004 and Enel is pleased to offer cutting-edge technologies, such as that for the
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