Pale Blue Dot Energy, the project developer behind Acorn CCS and Acorn Hydrogen, has been awarded funding from the second phase of the UK Government’s Hydrogen Supply Competition.
Dr Mathieu Lucquiaud, a senior lecturer in clean energy with CCS at the University of Edinburgh, has secured a Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) Industrial Fellowship to work on innovative technologies for carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technology.
Chemical engineers from Heriot-Watt University have helped design new materials that can capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from industrial emissions better than current commercial materials, as reported in the journal Nature last month.
The SCCS partnership is based in Scotland but, since we were founded in 2005, we have forged strong research links with science and industry partners across Europe and beyond. Together, we seek to tackle the crisis that recognises no borders and affects every continent: the climate emergency.
An Industrial Decarbonisation Champion to drive the UK’s delivery of Net Zero emissions has been appointed to develop plans for a new £20m Research and Innovation Centre at Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University.