On 5 April 2016, the SET Plan Steering group published its paper on “Renewing efforts to demonstrate carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the EU and developing sustainable solutions for carbon capture and usage (CCU)”. Also known as Issues Paper No. 9 (find this document below).
ZEP published a response to this Issues Paper No.9, in which ZEP stresses the urgency of taking actions for making CCS investable and asks for focus and commitment of stakeholders as well as EC and member states. Find below ZEP’s response (including annex II with detailed remarks on the paper) and the Issues Paper No. 9 itself.