About the Network

The European CCS Demonstration Project Network was established in 2009 by the European Commission to accelerate the deployment of safe, large-scale and commercially viable CCS projects.  To achieve this goal, this community of leading industrial-scale, and fully integrated, demonstration projects is committed to sharing knowledge and experiences. The successful operation of these demonstration projects is seen as crucial for enabling the widespread commercial application of near zero emission power plants or industrial installations by 2020 to allow Europe to reach its environmental objectives, stimulate job creation, and generate a sustainable economic and industrial base.

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RT @CFigueres: Very productive #ADP2014 session on CCSU. Technology crucial for 2°C goal, but needs adequate policies & finance http://t.co 1 day 14 hours ago

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Governments are currently looking at how to raise ambition to tackle climate change before 2020, when a new universal climate change agreement is to take effect. One of the key areas with high...

Radical plans to capture carbon dioxide (C02) and store it in underground reservoirs, instead of belching it into the atmosphere, were outlined in Bonn yesterday as an essential element in the...

Ambassadors and officials from more than 50 countries are in Saskatchewan for the next three days to learn about the province and its economy. The mission has been organized by the federal and...

Upcoming events

30 October 2014

A CCS future for Europe: catalysing North Sea action.

04 November 2014 to 06 November 2014

The Global CCS Institute invites you to attend its annual conference to coincide with the
launch of the annual Global Status of CCS report. Attendees will hear from
leaders in the CCS/CCUS, climate and energy sectors on themes such as CCS in
the Gulf region and recent international developments in policy and technology

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Held to coincide with the Boundary Dam project launch, the event was attended by an audience of Parliamentarians and EP staff representing some of the key countries where CCS could play an important role: including the UK, Romania, the Netherlands, Germany and Poland. Attendees were briefed on progress achieved in Canada, the vital importance of ROAD Project in the Netherlands, and the role played by public engagement in acceptance of the technology. 

Today, the Norwegian Government presented its CCS strategy which contains broad R&DD activities, national full-scale demonstration in Norway and support to international deployment including funding of up to NOK 125 million in the framework of a joint EU/Members States initiative.