In this event, we will discuss current developments in Europe on Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in order to tackle irreducible CO2 emissions of the European industrial system. The role of ECCSEL ERIC, the European Research Infrastructure on CCUS, distributed in five Member States, and its relevance to potential new member countries, will be highlighted. ECCSEL is recognised by the SET Plan as ’a world-class research infrastructure facilitating ambitious R&D activities, European industrial initiatives, and education of specialists for the new CCUS industry.’
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