After five years of research activity, the UK Greenhouse Gas Removal Research Programme has now come to an end and published a series of policy briefs disseminating its findings and insights. As
A recently published paper from Clair Gough and Sarah Mander explores the opportunities for, and progress in, establishing a social licence to operate (SLO) for CCS in industrial clusters in
Yesterday, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) released a number of announcements, reports and documents focusing on the CCUS Innovation competition and wider work by AECOM for
We’re delighted to share with our community the publication in Nature of UKCCSRC Deputy Director Paul Fennell’s article, ‘Cement and steel – nine steps to net zero’, co-authored with Justin
As part of the cluster sequencing process, BEIS has listed the projects eligible to move to the next stage of Phase-2 of the Cluster sequencing process. BEIS received submissions for
We’re delighted to share news from one of our core research team, Dr Clair Gough and colleagues Muir Freer, Andrew Welfle and Amanda Lea-Langton on their new paper “Putting Bioenergy
We’re delighted to share with our community the publication of the new paper, ‘Upstream decarbonization through a carbon takeback obligation:  An affordable backstop climate policy’, from Prof Stuart Haszeldine, UKCCSRC
An international group of researchers, including UKCCSRC Director Prof Jon Gibbins, has carried out in-depth analyses of the climate impact of blue hydrogen. The study confirms that blue hydrogen, produced
Our Director, Prof Jon Gibbins, has provided written evidence to the Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry, Technological Innovations and Climate Change: Negative Emissions Technologies. The Environmental Audit Committee is conducting an
The US Infrastructure Bill includes a number of significant measures to support CCUS. In line with the growing understanding, globally, of the critical role of ‘plumbing’ for CO2 disposal in

A simple, cheap material for #carboncapture, perhaps from tailpipes @ScienceAdvances https://doi.org/gqmb23 https://phys.org/news/2022-08-simple-cheap-material-carbon-capture.html

The @UKGGRprogramme recently came to an end after 5 years and published a series of policy briefs disseminating its findings and insights, now available via the UKCCSRC website ⬇️

https://ukccsrc.ac.uk/uk-ggr-research-programme-policy-briefs/

#NetZero #GGR

Thoughtful and thought-provoking article on "Carbon Capture & Storage: Time for a Change" from our Director, Professor Jon Gibbins 🤔

https://publicpolicyprojects.com/news/carbon-capture-storage-change/

#ccs #carboncapture #carbonstorage

Your final reminder that our #ECR Collaboration Fund closes in 24 hours (Wednesday 27th, 1pm) 🚨 Get those applications submitted asap!

https://ukccsrc.ac.uk/ecr-collaboration-fund/ecr-collaboration-fund-call-4/

🚨 A friendly reminder that our #ECR Collaboration Fund closes on Wednesday (27th) at 1pm!! It enables ECRs to collaborate with experts outside their home institution on areas within #CCS, through the provision of support for travel.

More info ➡️ https://ukccsrc.ac.uk/ecr-collaboration-fund/ecr-collaboration-fund-call-4/

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