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Germany to Inject $141 Million into CO2 Research

9:46 AM MDT | July 29, 2009 | Alex Scott

The German government has set aside €100 million ($141 million) over five years to fund research into the use of carbon dioxide as a raw material. The research program offers opportunities for international cooperation and is expected to be an important contribution to SusChem, the European Union’s (EU) Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry. SusChem is a collaboration between the EU and Cefic. The project, which has been named the ‘Technology for Sustainability and Climate Protection’ programme, will focus on developing processes...

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