"50 Million tonnes of carbon storage capacity is welcome but it needs to be double that - we're already 50 years late on a 50 year problem", says Stuart Haszeldine, Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage Director and Professor of Carbon Capture and Storage at the University of Edinburgh (UK). Professor Haszeldine has over 35 years’ ...
Interview with Mathieu Lucquiaud, Professor of Clean Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Sheffield (UK). Professor Lucquiaud’s research focuses on the role of CCS technologies in energy systems, their commercial deployment, and how to make them more cost effective, flexible and responsive. Professor Lucquiaud was the ...
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies could help tackle hard-to-abate emissions in the fight against climate change, but they face challenges in investment, viability and scepticism when it comes to risks of greenwashing and allowing business as usual. Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) are a family of technologies that stop emitted carbon dioxide from ...
onSeptember 13, 2023
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