Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) is not a silver bullet solution for climate change but a vital tool for reducing industrial emissions and enabling clean hydrogen
Now that COP23 in Bonn has concluded, countries will be turning their attention to the mechanisms and technologies that will enable the achievement of the Paris Agreement.
As 2017 draws to a close, it is worth reflecting on the CCS developments that have taken place over the past year. The latest COP meeting in
On the 4th December, EurActiv published an article entitled "'Game over' for CCS, driven out by cheap renewables" ZEP has developed the following response to this article:
Developing infrastructure The key to delivering CCS across these sectors lies in the development of a fully-fledged CCS infrastructure which can be shared by a large number
A low carbon EU should be inclusive with a comprehensive collection network enabling emitters large and small to connect to CO2 storage and create value in the Net