The UKCCSRC is involved in activities with the UK Environmental Regulators (Environment Agency, Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Natural Resources Wales, Northern Ireland Environment Agency), industry and other stakeholders, to help identify Best Available Techniques (BAT) for CCS-related technologies. A list of BAT-related activities and resources is below:
Hydrogen Production from Methane with CCS – Possible Near-Term Technologies for the UK
An expert workshop held on Thursday 16th July 2020
BAT Review for New-Build and Retrofit Post-Combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture Using Amine-Based Technologies for Power and CHP Plants Fuelled by Gas and Biomass and for Post-Combustion Capture Using Amine-Based and Hot Potassium Carbonate Technologies on EfW Plants as Emerging Technologies under the IED for the UK
Published December 2022
AQMAU recommendations for the assessment and regulation of impacts to air quality from amine-based post-combustion carbon capture plants
Report with advice for air quality assessments using the amines module on environmental permitting provided by the Environment Agency’s Air Quality Modelling and Assessment Unit (AQMAU)
Hazard Ranking of Substances for Development of EALs for Substance Emissions to Air from Carbon Capture Technologies
Report on the prioritisation of Environmental Assessment Levels (EALs) for amines.
Emerging techniques for hydrogen production with carbon capture – Guidance on preventing or minimising environmental impacts of industrial hydrogen production from methane or refinery fuel gas with carbon capture for storage (February 2023)
Review of emerging techniques for hydrogen production from methane and refinery fuel gas with carbon capture – Evidence review of main environmental issues to address and best practice available on a selection of hydrogen production with carbon dioxide capture options (February 2023)
Nitrosamines Metrology on Stack Simulated Conditions and Test Bench Laboratory Results – This report forms a part of Phase One of the project entitled Research and Development Project Metrology for Post-Combustion Carbon Dioxide Capture using Amine-Based Technologies (August 2023)
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