Research and analysis

Carbon Capture and Utilisation Demonstration Programme: related research

Research reports on carbon dioxide utilisation to support the CCUD programme.

Documents

Ecofys report on carbon dioxide utilisation

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Royal Society report on carbon dioxide utilisation

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Carbon Capture & Utilisation Demonstration Programme: Phase 1 Final Study Report

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Details

The Carbon Capture and Utilisation Demonstration (CCUD) programme is designed to encourage industrial sites to capture carbon dioxide which could then be used in industrial applications, while enabling learning and development of capture technologies at an intermediate scale, so reducing costs and risks.

Visit the Programme page for the full detail and how to apply.

The research reports on carbon dioxide utilisation were prepared by Ecofys and the Royal Society to support the programme.

The Carbon Capture & Utilisation Demonstration Programme Phase 1 Final Study Report was produced by Wood.

Published 1 May 2017