A Vision for Carbon Capture, Utilisation, and Storage in the EU
Action by the European Commission is urgent if the EU is to have a carbon capture, utilisation, and storage industry that is ‘fit for purpose.’
We need clean firm electricity for a decarbonized energy system
If we’re going to decarbonize, we’re going to need a lot more electricity. And if we’re going to do it successfully, affordably, and reliably, we’re going to need to deploy every type of zero-carbon energy technology available to us.
EPA proposes stringent carbon pollution standards for U.S. power fleet
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed tight carbon pollution standards for the country’s fossil fuel-fired power fleet based on the best controls available.
EPA’s golden opportunity to dramatically reduce climate pollution from the U.S. fossil fuel-fired power fleet
Pollution standards are designed to ensure that polluters control their emissions instead of imposing them on people and the planet.
Unleashing technological potential through regulation: Scrubbing away pollution
As we advocate for U.S. EPA to issue carbon capture-based greenhouse gas emissions standards for fossil fuel-fired power plants, one question keeps coming up: how many power plants in the U.S. have carbon capture installed today?
President Biden addresses complexity of climate challenge, announces global climate efforts at Major Economies Forum
Today, U.S. President Biden convened world leaders for his administration’s fourth Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate.
Ten-T vote in European Parliament omits CO2 transport options
Brussels – Today, the European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism failed to explicitly endorse diverse, flexible modes of CO2 transport as a key element of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). The TEN-T regulation is a critical opportunity to incentivise decarbonisation projects in the transportation space. Clean Air Task Force…
CATF’s John Thompson appointed to carbon capture task force within the White House Council on Environmental Quality
Clean Air Task Force’s John Thompson was recently appointed to serve on the White House Council on Environmental Quality Carbon Dioxide Capture, Utilization and Sequestration Non-Federal Lands Permitting Task Force.