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An Action Plan for Carbon Capture

The EU has set itself on an ambitious pathway to decarbonise its economy by the middle of the century. Achievement of this net-zero climate ambition by 2050 will require the considerable quantities of CO2 emitted by industrial processes to be captured and permanently stored. In addition, CO2 must be captured from the air and from biogenic sources for use as a feedstock to replace products that release greenhouse gases and to compensate for residual emissions. ...
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CCS Europe Position Paper on Industrial Carbon Management Strategy

Read here CCS Europe's position paper in response to the European Commission’s Industrial Carbon Management Strategy (ICMS).
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THE CCS CHALLENGE

The Commission’s proposals for achieving a 90% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2040 envisage widespread deployment of carbon capture technologies. 
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CCS Europe open letter to Environment Ministers

Ahead of the Environment Council on March 25th, CCS Europe sent out an open letter to the Environment Ministers.  
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Open letter to the Commission on the ICMS

Today, CCS Europe and 12 other organisations co-signed an open letter calling for concrete demand and supply side initiatives to promote a market for low-carbon products in the Industrial Carbon Management Strategy. 
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CCS Europe asks Commission President to move forward with actions needed to deploy CCS at Union level

On 26 January, CCS Europe sent an open letter to Commission President Ursula von der Leyen asking the Commission to recognise carbon capture and storage as an essential tool to reaching net zero emissions by 2050 and negative...
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Open Letter on Net-Zero Industry Act

5 December 2023 OPEN LETTER ON NET-ZERO INDUSTRY ACT
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