Read more ...By Professor Stuart Haszeldine, SCCS Director

The UK Government has announced its choice of the East Coast Cluster and HyNet North West to develop as the UK’s first Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) clusters by the mid-2020s. The Scottish Cluster has been named as a reserve project.

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Read more ...The UK Carbon Capture and Storage Centre has received funding from the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), as part of the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Energy Programme, to continue its work until September 2025, in the form of a new Network+ programme. The new grant brings in new Co-Investigators, including Prof Stuart Haszeldine (University of Edinburgh) and Dr Jen Roberts (University of Strathclyde - Deputy Director & ECR Champion) from the SCCS Directorate.

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Read more ...As developing and developed nations gather at COP26 later this month to agree global efforts to avert runaway climate change, the fifth run of a popular, free online course will offer insights into one of our most promising climate technologies.

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Read more ...The Scottish Net Zero Roadmap (SNZR) project, funded by the UK Government to define plans for decarbonising Scotland’s east coast industrial clusters, has today launched its website.

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Read more ...A rigorous approach to choosing geological CO2 storage sites, developed to support early-stage concept selection for a live carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in north-east Scotland, is explained in a new paper aimed at sharing the approach with the wider community of CCS developers.

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