ACCSESS participated in a panel discussion about negative emissions at Arendalsuka this year.
ACCSESS Project Coordinator Kristin Jordal from SINTEF Energy Research, as well as Markus Sebastian Hole from ACCSESS partner Hafslund Oslo Celsio, will participate in a panel debate at Arendalsuka this year.
ACCSESS has been included in an EU document mapping innovative demonstration projects for climate neutrality.
On Friday 23 June, representatives from Heidelberg Materials visited TCM together with the ACCSESS project management from SINTEF.
On Wednesday 21 June, ACCSESS Project Coordinator Kristin Jordal (SINTEF) presented the project at the 12th Trondheim CCS Conference (TCCS-12).
On 15-16 June, the ACCSESS consortium convened in Trondheim for the project’s fourth technical meeting.
ACCSESS will be present at the 12th Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage (TCCS-12) this year, with a total of four presentations and posters from the project. TCCS is a world-leading scientific conference on the entire CCS value chain that takes place every two years in Trondheim, Norway. TCCS-12 will be held in […]
ACCSESS held up as a good example of Norwegian-Italian collaboration during Italian state visit to Norway
On 12 May 2023, ACCSESS was mentioned by Crown Prince Haakon of Norway as a good example of Italian-Norwegian collaboration.
On 12 May, the CO₂ capture pilot rig entered stable operations with the rotating packed bed absorber!
Cement production alone is responsible for around 7% of global, man-made CO2 emissions. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) can quickly reduce CO2 emissions from industries like cement, which society depends on but are difficult to decarbonise.