Europe’s Net-Zero Industry Act: What does it mean for carbon capture and storage?
Four key measures the Net-Zero Industry Act provides for carbon capture and storage deployment in Europe.
Mapping the cost of carbon capture and storage in Europe
As Europe strives to reach its ambitious goal of climate neutrality by 2050, there is growing recognition that carbon capture and storage will be crucial to cutting emissions at the necessary speed and scale.
Europe’s cross-border CO2 networks start to take shape
In December, the European Commission released a list of the 18 projects competing to be formally recognised as key pieces within the EU’s emerging infrastructure for the transport and storage of CO2.
Why Europe needs a comprehensive carbon capture and storage strategy
that carbon capture and storage – from capturing CO2 in industrial facilities to achieving negative emissions through permanent carbon removal technologies – is a crucial option for global decarbonisation.
Why funders need to look beyond electricity for economy-wide decarbonization
Industrial processes – particularly the production of steel, cement, and chemicals – account for around a quarter of global CO2 emissions.
What does the latest IPCC report say about carbon capture?
Carbon capture and storage remain central to climate mitigation strategies in Working Group III’s contribution to AR6.
IJmuiden and why a portfolio of solutions are still needed for the European steel industry
Tata Steel has opted to replace an existing blast furnaces with an alternative low-carbon technology based on clean hydrogen.