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Implementation of the projects of clean coal technologies and technologies for carbon capturing and storing lacks Ukrainian government support, representative of the Institute for Coal of the Russian Academy of Sciences Denis Zastrelov told a press conference, ForUm correspondent reports.
"Researches are not enough to start implementing projects in Ukraine. Mechanisms of state support are needed to get a commercial basis," Zastrelov said.
According to him, Europe and the United States have already implemented several commercially viable projects.
"Almost all of them are waiting for solving of regulatory and legal issues related to the promotion of projects for pumping carbon dioxide. Prices for quotas have dropped significantly on carbon market. Everything will depend on settlement of this issue at the international level, and whether the Kyoto Protocol will continue having effect. Then we can talk about possible "pilot" projects in Ukraine," he said.