Network Technology encompasses an assortment of temporary working groups that focus on the technological challenges, opportunities, risks and costs associated with carbon capture and storage and carbon capture and utilisation. This includes but is not limited to capture, transport, storage and utilisation, including hydrogen. A key part of the work of the Network includes the delivery of specific projects and reports which are subsequently presented to the Advisory Council. The Network meets every 4 months to assess its ongoing work programme and temporary working group activities.
Filip Neele (TNO Energy)
Arthur Heberle (Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems)