This IEA’s report serves as a guide to policy makers to support the development of national and international policy on carbon capture and storage, both conventional fossil fuel CCS and bioenergy with CCS.
Étiqueté : carbon capture and storage
This report from the European Environment Agency describes the effects that Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) may have on emissions of certain key air pollutants
This new technology roadmap shows that carbon capture and storage (CCS) has the potential to reduce CO2 emissions from industrial applications by 4 gigatonnes in 2050
La plate-forme Zero Emissions (ZEP) vient de publier une étude sur le coût des émissions de CO 2 capture, transport et stockage du carbone (CSC). Le rapport conclut que le CSC sera compétitif en terme de coûts, face à d’autres technologies énergétiques à faibles émissions de carbone comme l’éolien, le solaire et le nucléaire.
A Special issue of “Energy Economics”, ed. by William Nordhaus and Nebojsa Nakicenovic
A study on CCS in the international climate regime, in the framework of the Dutch CATO-2 programme on CO2 capture and storage
This publication reviews existing bi/multilateral support mechanisms for CCS and concludes these are missing out on important elements
The International Energy Agency on Wednesday released its first Clean Energy Progress Report, which assesses global deployment of clean energy technologies and provides recommendations to countries on future action and spending..
Each stage in the life cycle of coal—extraction, transport, processing, and combustion—generates a waste stream and carries multiple hazards for health and the environment…
… A Global Learning Laboratory
… a Review. Tyndall Working Paper