The first seven large-scale projects to receive funding from the EU’s Innovation Fund will prevent 73 million tonnes of CO2 over the next decade, European Commission officials said on Thursday.
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First wave of EU Innovation Fund projects could save 73 Mt of CO2 emissions
The first seven large-scale projects to receive funding from the EU's Innovation Fund will prevent 73 million tonnes of CO2 over the next decade, European Commission officials said on Thursday.
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