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portada publicacionCarbon capture: technologies for a large-scale capturing
2014

Carbon capture is the first phase of CCS technologies and the stage that gives meaning to the rest. Therefore, is the area with more development in recent years.

portada publicacionCO2 transportation: state of the art, alternatives and challenges
2013

This new technical paper focuses on CO2 transportation as one more technology to be developed in a coordinated way so as to make CO2 reduction goals viable from technical and economic and also regulatory viewpoints.

portada publicacionUses of CO2: a pathway to sustainability
2013

This third paper in a series on carbon capture, transportation, storage and utilisation (CCS) that began in 2012 analyses in depth the current state of technologies for reusing carbon dioxide, either as a raw material for making other products or as a main or alternative fluid in certain processes.

portada publicacionThe case for urgent action on CCS in Europe
2013

CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) will play a critical role in meeting Europe’s energy, climate and societal goals, but its demonstration is essential to achieve commercial availability and public support, and to allow it to be widely applied “from around 2030 onwards”. CCS has reached a ‘tipping point’ in Europe and urgent action is needed at EU and Member State level to deliver a sufficient set of demonstration projects.

portada publicacionCO2 Capture and Storage: Recommendations for transitional measures to drive deployment in Europe
2013

In order to identify how low-carbon technologies can decarbonise European power most cost-effectively in the horizon to 2050, the Zero Emissions Platform (ZEP) has developed a model based on an existing model from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and linked to the Global Change Assessment Model (GCAM).

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