On 22 September, the Zero Emissions Platform Conference 2021 took place online, coordinated with the ZEP 68th Advisory Council meeting and as a ‘grant farewell’ for ZEP 2018-2021. The conference programme saw discussions reflect on CCS and CCU developments over the past three years, as well as highlight the main challenges going forward.
On 2 June, the Zero Emissions Platform and the Global CCS Institute co-organised a webinar as part of EU Green Week 2021, focusing on how CCS can support reaching a climate-neutral EU by 2050. With expert speakers joining from industry and policy, the webinar considered opportunities and challenges for CCS projects in Europe, incentivising CCS, the important role of cross-border European CO2 transport and storage infrastructure, and assessing up-and-coming regions, well placed to support CCS and climate neutrality targets.
Cross-border, European CO2 transport and storage infrastructure: A real enabler for European decarbonisation On 23 March 2021, the Zero Emissions Platform, Bellona Europa and Clean Air Task Force co-organised a webinar 'Cross-border, European CO2 transport and storage infrastructure: A real enabler for European decarbonisation'. The focus of the webinar follows the revised Trans-European Networks for
On 28 January, the Zero Emissions Platform organised a conference on “How European CO2 Transport and Storage infrastructure can enable an innovative industrial transition” at the European Parliament. The conference was hosted by Tom Berendsen MEP (EPP, NL) and Jens Geier MEP (S&D, DE). The conference was well attended with a turnout of almost 100
ZEP's Annual General assembly brought together the EU’s leading stakeholders on CCS to address the key issues and challenges facing the technology in Europe