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ELEGANCY Conference 2018

The focus of the ELEGANCY Conference 2018, held in Brussels on 8 November, was bringing together the right knowledge and stakeholders to decarbonize Europe's energy system. The participants learned how the ELEGANCY project contributes to decarbonizing Europe’s energy system through hydrogen and CCS, … Read more

At the COP24: Are we going to save the planet?

Going to Katowice on a cold winters day, I was wondering about what would be the outcome of this 24th COP meeting. Is the world going to sign up for saving the planet as we know it, or is it simply not cost-effective to do it? … Read more

ELEGANCY Consortium meeting in a historic setting

On 9 November the third ELEGANCY Consortium meeting was held in Brussels, Belgium. With ELEGANCY's main research focus CCS and hydrogen in mind, the European Gas Research Group (GERG) was a perfect fit to host the event. … Read more

ELEGANCY researcher, Marco Mazzotti, chairs Gordon Research Conference on CCUS

The Gordon Research Conference (GRC) series are known for their high quality research presentations and the outstanding networking opportunities for representatives from science and industry. In its 3rd occasion, the GRC on Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) comes to Europe, … Read more

Updates from the Mont Terri experiment: Studying Caprock and Fault Sealing Integrity

The geological storage of CO2 is an essential component for enabling the efficient generation of emission-free hydrogen (H2) as a transport fuel. The large volumes of CO2 produced in the natural gas reforming H2 manufacture require a coupling with direct CO2 separation techniques, and safe geological storage. … Read more

Joint workshop on CCS risk and liability sharing

On 18 September 2018, Work Package 3 (WP3) of the ELEGANCY-project held a joint workshop on CCS risk and liability sharing in Brussels, Belgium, together with the Zero Emissions Platform (ZEP) and the ALIGN-CCUS project. The workshop was the …Read more

ELEGANCY collaboration with ALIGN-CCUS ‘sister’ Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT) project

If Europe is to achieve greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets the CO2 from large-scale industrial processes and from the reformation of hydrogen from natural gas must not be released to the atmosphere but captured and permanently stored. Acceleration of low-carbon heating in the UK … Read more
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