Network Technology encompasses an assortment of working groups that focus on the technological challenges, opportunities, risks and costs associated with CCS and CCU. This includes, but is not limited to, capture, transport, storage and utilisation and ranges to topics such as hydrogen production, clean flexible power generation, and carbon dioxide removals. A key part of the work of the Network includes the delivery of technical reports and executive summaries that are later disseminated with relevant policymakers at EU and national level. The Network meets every four months to assess its ongoing work programme and working group activities.
Filip Neele (TNO Energy)
Arthur Heberle (Mitsubishi Power Europe GmbH)