Coordinating energy research for a low carbon Europe
The side event on CCS gave an overview of CCS technologies and status to a interested audience on 11th December 2014 in Rome, Italy. The relevance of CCS in the energy and climate policy for Europe towards 2030 and 2050. Under this framework the cost competitiveness of CCS and RES was presented as well.
The panel debate – moderated by Graeme Sweeney, ETP-ZEP – raised different issues such as:
• CCS technology status for various processes
• What does CCUS mean and how can we use CO2 to create value
• Circular economy and CO2 to enable a sustainable manufacturing base for Europe
• Transport and infrastructure – case for the German process industry
• How can we link this together within the framework for energy and climate in Europe whilst maintaining competitiveness, creating jobs and satisfying security of supply
Thanks to the participating speakers and panellists:
Mr Nils A. Røkke, Coordinator of EERA JP CCS, SINTEF
Mr Chris Bryceland ,Senior Executive Energy, CCS, Thermal Generation and Unconventional Gas , Scottish Enterprise
Mr Urs Overhoff , Manager Research & Development, RWE Power AG
Mr Gernot Klotz , Executive Director Research and Innovation, European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic)
Moderator: Mr Graeme Sweeney, Chairman of the Advisory Council, ETP Zero Emissions Platform
Organized by EERA JP CCS at the SET-Plan conference 2014.