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abbreviation for COURT OF ARBITRATION FOR SPORT.
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China recognizes that CCS 'is the only clean technology that can be applied to decarbonize major industries and has the added potential to create new revenue streams, which enable economic growth.'
Page said CCS is now part of long-term, five-year strategic plans across China and acceleration has been aided by the rollout of an emissions trading scheme, with a carbon price about to be introduced.
Part of the reason for importance of CCS in keeping costs down in such models is that whereas de-carbonising of electricity is expensive (but not prohibitive), in energy intensive industries (steel, cement, etc), de-carbonisation would be much more expensive without CCS.
For CCS to be on a par with other carbon abatement technologies, it needs to be eligible for both investment aid (capex) and operating aid (opex), through for instance feed-in premium or other support schemes.
By making transparent the financial support available to investors, the UK government has provided clarity on how power plants equipped with CCS would be run in the future.
According to the Australia-based Global CCS Institute, four new large, integrated CCS projects began operation in 2012-13, raising the total to 12.
CCS appears to be something with which you agree if you take the view that in the real world, for better or worse, fossil fuels will be with us for some time--a view perhaps enforced by analysis from the World Resources Institute (WRI) which shows that 1,199 new coal-fired plants are currently being built or proposed globally.
As coloracoes de HE, Rosenfeld e BP foram realizadas para a determinacao da CCS microscopica direta, conforme tecnica descrita por Benites et al., (2001), assim como as coloracoes de HE e BP (BENITES et al.
The Spanish attacks aren't an issue for London's terrorism insurance market because of the existence of the CCS. "I would imagine that all of this loss would be picked up by the Consorcio," said Paul Bassett, executive director of Aon Counter-Terrorism and Political Risk at Aon Ltd.
The FBI agents assigned to the CCS also have a solid background in violent crime investigations and a thorough knowledge of FBI resources and capabilities.
A Gallup poll done for the CCS indicated that 77.5 percent of Canadians supported the increase as part of a comprehensive approach to tobacco control.
The CCSA and TUC envisage between 1,000 to 2,500 jobs created "per power plant CCS installation" during plant construction, although these figures do relate to new-build CCS power plants only, not retrofit CCS plants.