See how we're structured: our Board, Advisory Council, management team, research team and secretariat.
We’re a consortium of 11 organisations, comprising 6 core institutions and 5 partner organisations. Our office is currently based at the University of Sheffield.
By funding 32 projects to date across the spectrum of CCS research, we support the drive towards an affordable, low carbon future for the UK.
Grow and support the UK CCS community
With a membership of 1,400, two conferences a year and multiple web events and online workshops, we bring together the community to aid collaboration and knowledge sharing.
With six memorandums of understanding signed across the globe and numerous international collaborations, the UKCCSRC is an integral part of the UK remaining a world leader in CCS technology.
Work with industry
By making test facilities available for over 70 industrial organisations, and hosting joint academic and industry workshops, we support the commercial deployment of CCS.
Engage and inform external stakeholders
By providing written and oral evidence to Government committees, and researching public attitudes towards CCS, we inform policy makers on how CCS contributes to meeting the UK’s net zero targets.
Foster tomorrow’s leaders
By funding travel for development opportunities, and providing training, we ensure early career researchers (ECRs) have the skills and networks to keep the UK at the forefront of CCS development.
Support the decarbonisation of the UK
We hold and attend multiple meetings to identify the actions needed to deliver a CCS-based decarbonisation option for the UK.
Make research freely available
We strive to make research freely available for the long term to maximise the value obtained from publicly funded information.
The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Research Centre (UKCCSRC) is supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) as part of the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Energy Programme.