Transnational initiative promotes CCUS

A new global program aims to promote carbon capture, utilization and storage in 18 different countries.

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A collection of 18 countries now earmarks EUR 29.9 million to advance initiatives within carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) confirms in a press statement.

The initiative is called Accelerating CCUS Technologies (ACT) and is premised upon international cooperation being crucial for extending the technology's deployment. Denmark's Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP) is supporting the project with DKK 3 million (EUR 400,000).

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