22.10.2020

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ARPA-E: Innovating Through Unconventional Ideas

"In 2019, ARPA-E announced an ongoing funding opportunity for a range of the most innovative and unconventional ideas across the energy technology spectrum, exploring high-risk R&D that could lead to the development of disruptive technologies."

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14.10.2020

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The Houston Report: Report Outlines Carbon Reduction Strategy for Houston

"Houston can leverage its existing energy workforce and knowledge base to reduce its own carbon output by millions of tons annually in the decades ahead, serving as a model for global energy transition, according to a new report."

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12.10.2020

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CarbonCure: Our Journey to the Carbon XPRIZE Finals

"Unlike other categories of CO₂ utilization that result in the creation of fuel, chemicals, and plastics, the CO₂ that is consumed with CarbonCure’s innovation is permanently removed from the carbon cycle, and will never be released back into the atmosphere."

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08.10.2020

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Carbon8: Carbon8 Systems To Deploy Its Carbon Capture & Utilisation Technology For The First Time At Dutch Energy From Waste Plant

"Carbon8 Systems’ patented carbon capture and utilisation solution is known as the CO₂ntainer – a modular, containerised solution – described as “carbon capture in a box”."

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08.10.2020

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The House: The House LiveAll As the ninth largest manufacturing nation in the world, sector growth is critical to the UK As the ninth largest manufacturing nation in the world, sector growth is critical to the UK By Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midland

"Going further than net-zero, the UK concrete and cement industry has launched a roadmap to become net negative by 2050, removing more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it emits each year."

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02.10.2020

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IEA (2020): CCUS in Clean Energy Transitions

IEA (2020): CCUS in Clean Energy Transitions, IEA, Paris https://www.iea.org/reports/ccus-in-clean-energy-transitions.

"The report examines in detail the role for CCUS technologies in clean energy transitions. It identifies four key contributions: tackling emissions from existing energy infrastructure; a solution for sectors with hard-to-abate emissions; a platform for low-carbon hydrogen production; and removing carbon from the atmosphere. The report considers innovation needs across CCUS technologies and applications. It includes new geospatial analysis of power and industrial emissions in key regions and their proximity to potential geological storage."

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02.10.2020

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The Guardian: Carbon storage technologies critical for meeting climate targets – IEA

"International Energy Agency says without CCUS projects energy goals will be impossible to reach."

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27.09.2020

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University of Delaware Daily: Advancing Carbon Dioxide Catalysis: Engineering professor receives major Department of Energy grants

"Jiao recently received two grants from the Department of Energy (DOE) to advance technologies for carbon capture and utilization through catalysis, the use of substances to speed the rate of chemical reactions."

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24.09.2020

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Boston Consulting Group: Think Small to Unlock Carbon Capture’s Big Potential

"Carbon capture is potentially on the cusp of acquiring a major role in meeting the world’s climate change mitigation goals. The challenge: how to transform this expensive, 40-year-old niche technology into one that is mainstream and cost competitive."

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18.09.2020

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IEAGHG Blog Post: Key Financing Principles for CCUS – launch event by CEM CCUS Initiative

"The Key Financing Principles for CCUS comprise principles and recommendations for consideration by governments, industry and the financing sector to establish a business case for CCUS and kick-start the financing of CCUS projects globally. These recommendations build on the work that has been done by governments, industry and the financial sector to develop financing options for CCUS."

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