The CCS Community Network is a collective of over 1,000 engineering, technological, natural, environmental, social and economic members with CCS interests.
Network members span academia, industry, governmental and NGO sectors, and they all contribute to this diverse and vibrant community.
The Network was initially funded in 2009 by a £1 million grant from Research Councils UK Energy Programme to rapidly expand CCS research in the UK and to provide an open forum for sharing information and ideas in this growing area. The network is now part of the UK CCS Research Centre, which was established in April 2012 with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) as part of the Research Councils UK Energy Programme, with additional funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC).
The network facilitates knowledge exchange within this dynamic and stimulating R&D community and is accessible to anyone interested in contributing to research and innovation in CCS, including both early career researchers and established academics and CCS professionals from any country. Industry, government and NGOs are also encouraged to join in many network activities and receive UKCCSRC information.
Data Protection for UKCCSRC Members
When you apply for UKCCSRC membership you will need to submit personal data as part of the application process.
The information you enter in the biography section of this application will be made public as part of your member profile page. Your profile will also include your name, institution and member type. Plus, any future blogs, papers etc. published on this site that are authored by you will be linked to your profile.
Information in the “UKCCSRC info only” section of the application can only be accessed by you and UKCCSRC Secretariat and will not be shared with third parties without express permission.
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