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April 2018 - A Chemical Engineering Perspective on the Challenges and Opportunities of Delivering Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) at Commercial Scale – Full Report

The IChemE Energy Centre's flagship report on the opportunities and obstacles of the global commercialisation of Carbon Capture and Storage.

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April 2018 - A Chemical Engineering Perspective on the Challenges and Opportunities of Delivering Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) at Commercial Scale - Executive Summary

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December 2016 - Commercialising CCS - What needs to happen?

IChemE Fellow, Dr Leigh Hackett presented his paper on 'Commercialising CCS - What needs to happen?' at Imperial College London.

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December 2016 - Presentation on Commercialising CCS - Dr Niall Mac Dowell

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December 2016 - Commercialisation of CCS - What needs to happen - Presentation from Leigh Hackett

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December 2016 - Investing in the planet: Green banks and other financial tools to scale up mitigation technologies

The IChemE Energy Centre along with the Grantham Institute and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) held an official side event at COP22, Marrakech, Morocco, on 14 December 2016. The event examined practical solutions to implement the Paris Agreement, with the help of chemical engineers and financial institutions.

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September 2016 - Low Carbon Summit Programme

The IChemE Energy Centre and Knowledge Transfer Network hosted a one-day Low Carbon Summit, with the Summit venue provided by the UK Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).

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September 2016 - Low Carbon Summit Presentations

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July 2016 - CCS Forum Report

This report was written by the CCS Forum, a group of experts from academia, industry and government (supported by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Royal Society of Chemistry, Imperial College London and the IChemE Energy Centre) and examines the future of CCS, in particular, to identify challenges to be met. It was developed from discussions held over the three-day CCS Forum held in February 2016.

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July 2016 - CCS Forum Report (Presentation)

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July 2016 - CCS Forum Summary Report

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June 2016 - IChemE Energy Centre report - Transitions in electricity systems towards 2030

This report was commissioned by the Energy Centre as a review of the installed electricity generation capacity in Australia, China, India, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa and the UK. These countries were chosen owing to international significance and large IChemE membership.

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June 2016 - Energy Centre summary report - Transitions in electricity systems towards 2030

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December 2015 - COP21 Presentation - Technology solutions for a 2°C world

The IChemE Energy Centre along with the Grantham Institute, Danish Engineering Society, Future Climate Engineering Solutions, Carbon Trust and Global CCS Institute held an official side event at COP21, Paris, on 10 December 2015. The event looked at investing in renewables, storage, energy efficiency and CCS.

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December 2015 - IChemE Energy Centre Climate Communiqué supporting statement

Ahead of the COP21 climate talks in Paris in December, the IChemE Energy Centre has issued a Climate Communiqué. In addition to the Communiqué, Energy Centre Chair, Professor Stefaan Simons releases this supporting statement.

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November 2015 - IChemE Energy Centre Board’s response to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change’s speech

The IChemE Energy Centre Board response to the speech given by Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, the RT Hon Amber Rudd MP on the 18 November 2015.

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October 2015 - IChemE Energy Centre Climate Communiqué

Ahead of the COP21 climate talks in Paris in December, the IChemE Energy Centre has issued a Climate Communiqué. The communiqué calls upon governments to deliver an effective global agreement that provides clarity, certainty and incentives to allow business, communities and individuals to act.

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