Capturing the carbon emitted by utilities and factories has enormous appeal, but the EU has struggled to deal with the technology.

Turning coal into a green fuel is the promise of Carbon Capture and Storage, a technology that scrubs carbon dioxide from power plant emissions and then pumps the greenhouse gas deep underground — but the EU’s hopes of using CCS as a key part of its climate policy have fizzled.

Network Analyses

The Joint task force of the European Investment Bank and the Commission published the list of projects Member states submitted for financing under the new Investment Fund that the European Commission President launched recently. 

Insights & Publications

The following Insight is an excerpt from an article by Chris Davies, Member of the European Parliament (MEP) 1999-2014 and Rapporteur for the CCS Directive and the Parliament's...