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The STRATEGY CCUS project, an international partnership to support the development of low-carbon energy and industry in Southern and Eastern Europe, has launched its dedicated website, which provides a focal point for its activities and outputs.

The project, funded by the European Union and headed by the French geological survey, BRGM, combines the expertise of 17 industry and research partners, including the University of Edinburgh and the SCCS Team.

The website provides access to a range of information, including:

  • Project objectives and work package methodology
  • Details about focus regions in southern and eastern Europe
  • Project partners and funding details
  • News and events
  • Research outputs
  • Newsletter subscription
  • Social media links

For the launch, Elisabeth Duetschke and Julius Wesche of project partner Fraunhofer, provided a new blog describing the purpose and methodology of a key part of the project, stakeholder engagement.

The International Energy Agency has previously warned that carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technologies are not developing fast enough to meet emissions reduction targets laid out in the Paris Agreement.

The STRATEGY CCUS project aims to meet this challenge in eight regions identified as promising for CCUS by producing local development plans and business models tailored to industry’s needs.

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