European CCUS project selects Danish university to lead efforts

The Technical University of Denmark is selected to lead en EU-supported CCUS pilot project. Seven countries from around the world are involved, and the first three facilities will be located at a cement plant, a refinery and a mining operation.

Aalborg Portland's cement plant will feature one of the mobile CCUS modules. | Photo: Mie Brinkmann

An EU project under the Horizon 2020 program will be testing new technologies within carbon capture, utilization and sequestration – and will be led by the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), a press statement informs.

The project includes partners from Denmark, the Netherlands, the UK, Romania, Greece, China and Canada, naming themselves ConsenCUS. The consortium will focus on electrochemical reduction of carbon emissions via mobile pilot facilities. Moreover, the group intends to use renewables to power the process.

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