ZEP is the technical adviser to the EU on the deployment of CCS and CCU – a European Technology and Innovation Platform (ETIP) under the Commission’s Strategic Energy Technologies Plan (SET-Plan).
The members of ZEP make up the ZEP Advisory Council (AC).
They provide strategic advice to ZEP, setting the overarching objectives and direction of travel.
The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) currently provides the ZEP Secretariat.
The CCSA’s EU office is located on Rue de la Science 14b (room 205), 1040 Brussels, Belgium.
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CCS will be vital to ensuring the EU can deliver its climate change goals.
CCS has a unique role to play in delivering net-zero emissions across EU industry, power and transport sectors.
Carbon Capture and Utilisation covers a wide range of applications that convert carbon dioxide into other products. Some of these applications make a small but positive contribution to tackling climate change.
There are a number of CCS and CCU projects in Europe – in various stages of development.
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The EU is developing a number of policies, regulations and incentive mechanisms that will be key to supporting the development and deployment of CCS and CCU.
Download recent ZEP reports here.
Read ZEP’s positions on key EU policy debates.
ZEP members have developed responses to recent EU consultations. Find out more here.
A number of publications have published articles by ZEP.
Read more here.
Search for ZEP documents pre-2016.
Read ZEP’s latest press releases here.
Find out more about external reports of relevance to CCS/CCU.
Nils Røkke / ZEP Vice-Chairman (SINTEF/EERA)
Jonas Helseth / ZEP Vice-Chairman (The Bellona Foundation)
Charles Soothill / ZEP Vice-Chairman (Sulzer Rotating Equipment Services)
Graeme Sweeney / ZEP Chair
Lamberto Eldering / ZEP Vice-Chairman (Equinor)