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Reuse of unspent NER300 funds (1)

An important opportunity has arisen to utilise unspent NER300 funds and deliver tangible progress ... More »

CCU in the EU ETS: ZEP Policy Briefing, November 2016

In April 2016 the Zero Emission Platform (ZEP) published a report on Carbon Capture and ... More »

CCU - Carbon Capture and Utilisation

ZEP Network Technology produced a report on Carbon Capture and Use/Utilization (CCU) in April 2016, ... More »

CCS: an essential technology to reconcile EU energy security with climate objectives

Together with renewables and energy efficiency, CCS is a key technology to improve EU energy ... More »


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ZEP statement on NER300 funding process

  • Publisher: ZEP
  • Issued: 21/12/2010

ZEP released a statement calling for the European Commission to help accelerate final investment decisions by CCS project operators by ensuring that only high quality projects, with the highest chance of success, are advanced rapidly through the NER300 call. The full statement is in attachment below.

The CCS landscape - An introduction to global and EU actors

  • Publisher: ZEP
  • Issued: 13/10/2010

ZEP's overview of the global and EU CCS actors, including details of ZEP's organisational structure and functioning.

Strategic Deployment Document II

  • Publisher: ZEP
  • Issued: 13/10/2010

ZEP's updated Strategic Deployment Document outlines the critical short- and long-term challenges for the demonstration & deployment of CCS.

ZEP 2010 General Assembly

  • Publisher: ZEP
  • Issued: 13/10/2010

ZEP held its fifth General Assembly on October 13, 2010, in Brussels, Belgium, presenting its updated Strategic Deployment Document on the short- and long-term challenges facing the demonstration and deployment of CCS.

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EU CCS European Industrial Initiative Implementation Plan 2010-2012

  • Publisher: ZEP
  • Issued: 10/06/2010

The EU on June 3, 2010, launched the first-ever European industrial Initiatives (EII), including the Carbon Dioxide Capture & Storage (CCS) EII. As an innovative model for collaboration between industry, EU Member States, the European Commission, the European Energy Research Alliance and other research institutes and NGOs, the CCS EII has two key objectives: ensure the cost competitive deployment of CCS after 2020 and its further development to allow its application to all carbon intensive industrial sectors.

ZEP statement on CO2 storage capacity

  • Publisher: ZEP
  • Issued: 27/04/2010

This statement was authored by a number of key geological experts and ZEP members in response to a recent publication by Ehlig-Economides & Economides 2010 which sought to demonstrate that CCS is not technically or economically feasible, based on a supposed lack of underground CO2 storage capacity. ZEP believes the E&E paper to be a serious misrepresentation of the scientific, engineering and operational facts surrounding CCS and have published an open rebuttal.

The CCS Symbol

  • Publisher: Zep
  • Issued: 13/04/2010

Join the CCS stakeholder/supporter community by downloading and displaying the CCS symbol.
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CCS Animations

  • Publisher: Zep
  • Issued: 13/04/2010

Discover why we need CCS, how it works and can be applied to power plants and heavy industry and why storing CO2 safely and permanently far below the earth's surface effectively closes the carbon loop.

The hard facts behind CCS

  • Publisher: Zep
  • Issued: 13/04/2010

Leaflet outlining why CCS is necessary, how it works and why CO2 can be safely and permanently stored.

CCS PowerPoint Presentation

  • Publisher: Zep
  • Issued: 13/04/2010

This PowerPoint presentation clearly outlines why we need CCS, how it works, why storing CO2 safely and permanently far below the earth's surface effectively closes the carbon loop and what is required for rapid and widespread deployment.