Where's the win in the new Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) competition?

Where's the win in the new Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) competition?
The Government has unveiled plans to revive its £1bn Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) competition. Which of these is it most likely to achieve?
It will help increase innovation in carbon capture and storage technologies
It will put the UK on course to meet its climate change targets
It will ensure better energy security for the UK
It won't work - the last competition failed and this one isn't any different

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