project . 2019 - 2022 . Closed


IMplementation Plan for Actions on CCUS Technologies in the SET Plan
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European Commission
Funder: European CommissionProject code: 842214 Call for proposal: H2020-LC-SC3-2018-Joint-Actions-2
Funded under: H2020 | CSA Overall Budget: 1,100,300 EURFunder Contribution: 1,100,300 EUR
Status: Closed
01 May 2019 (Started) 30 Apr 2022 (Ended)

The overarching objective of Project IMplementation Plan for Actions on CCUS Technologies in the SET Plan - IMPACTS9 - is to support the realisation of the SET Plan Implementation Plan on CCS and CCU (hereafter referred to as CCUS). Multiple studies have highlighted that CCUS technologies are expected to play a critical role in the decarbonisation of the European energy and industrial sectors. However, to date CCUS has not been developed in Europe to the extent needed if the EU is to deliver on its climate goals and support the transition to a low carbon economy. It is important that there is a renewed focus on the development of CCUS projects in Europe. In 2016 the European Commission, SET-Plan countries, and industry, outlined a Declaration of Intent for CCUS containing 10 targets for 2020, the combination of which will, if delivered, represent a material step towards commercialisation of CCUS technologies in Europe. A SET-Plan Temporary Working Group 9 was established to develop an Implementation Plan which set out eight Research & Innovation (R&I) Activities which can help to realise the 2020 CCUS targets. The Implementation Plan was approved by the European Commission in September 2017. IMPACTS9 will support delivery of the R&I activities outlined in the Implementation Plan for CCUS through the provision of coordination and support to the key public and private stakeholders that are well placed to progress the SET-Plan Implementation Plan actions in the near term. IMPACTS9 will establish sub-groups to support delivery of the R&I activities and progress CCUS. Each work package is designed to support the work of these sub-groups in delivering the R&I activities. The consortium is composed of organisations highly representative of these stakeholders and will engage with them for their active contribution in the implementation of the SET Plan.

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