Carbon capture and storage vital in achieving the UK’s commitment to net zero by 2050 As the UN Climate Change Conference COP25 gets underway this month, our leading academics, Professor
New research shows that carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions can be captured and securely stored beneath deep-seated and impermeable underground rocks. The findings provide further evidence that a developing technology known

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Professor Jon Gibbins, University of Sheffield and Director, UKCCSRC gives his response to the National Grid’s ESO Technical Report into the 9 August power outage. Professor Jon Gibbins, University of
Applications are now open for the first stage to fund a £20 million Research and Innovation Centre as part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge. Please
Today (27 June) the UK Government legally committed to a net zero greenhouse gas emissions target by 2050 and announced that £26million has been awarded to accelerate the rollout of
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Carbon Capture and Storage has today issued a call for evidence on Carbon Capture Usage and Storage (CCUS). MPs will hear from industry experts,
An ambitious international project to support the development of low-carbon energy and industry in Southern and Eastern Europe got under way this morning with funding from the European Union. Headed
The Committee on Climate change has set a challenging but achievable target of net zero GHG emissions by 2050. With MPs approving a motion to declare an environment and climate
International post-combustion capture retrofit workshop held in Sheffield, 9-12 April 2019 CCUS specialists from the UK CCS Research Centre and the University of Sheffield’s PACT facilities together with Bechtel (US),
On 17 January 2019, Prof Jon Gibbins, UKCCSRC Director, gave written and oral evidence at an inquiry into CCUS. The scope of the inquiry was to examine the Government’s commitment to

Reminder: ten minutes until today's virtual drop-in with our Director Jon Gibbins. It's not too late to register, sign up for access here:

Key #emissions Qs for this afternoon: 1) Why does the IPCC show mostly net-negative scenarios post 2050 for 1.5 deg.C? & what happens after 2100?
2) How could net-negative be achieved technically?
3) What about the inter-generational inequity of leaving this commitment?

Our Spring Web Series continues! Today at 4pm it's our Director Jon Gibbins with @patrick_brandl on achieving net-negative emissions. Preparatory reading: - Register for access here:

10 minute reminder for today's virtual drop-in with our Deputy Director for Capture @PSFennell - register for access here:

Our Spring Web Series continues this week with today's drop-in led by our Deputy Director for Capture @PSFennell at 4pm. Register for access here:

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