ACCSESS participated in a panel discussion about negative emissions 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 15-16 June, the ACCSESS consortium convened in Trondheim for the project’s fourth technical meeting.
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!
On 9 January 2023, PROSPIN’s rotary packed bed absorber arrived at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM).
On 6 January 2023, an interview with ACCSESS Coordinator Kristin Jordal about CO₂ capture and storage (CCS) was featured on the German TV programme Tagesthemen
Last week, the absorber and stripper column for the Celsio CO2 capture pilot rig was installed at Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM), in preparation for the next test campaign as part of ACCSESS’ testing of improved post-combustion CO2 capture technology.
ACCSESS recently featured in an article on climate mitigation technologies in Germany’s largest regional newspaper.
On 22 September, the ACCSESS project was involved in two EU events by hosting a Sustainable Energy Day Event in Oslo and participating in a H2020 Project workshop in Brussels.
The Hafslund Oslo Celsio mobile CO2 capture plant in Klemetsrud has been started up with CO2 Solutions technology provided by Saipem. This plant is the
We’re thrilled to announce that the ACCSESS Open Oslo Event is now a registered Sustainable Energy Day. Sustainable Energy Days are events taking place anywhere
Haflund Oslo Celsio and the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy signed a support agreement this week that will ensure the realisation of carbon capture and storage at the Klemetsrud waste-to-energy plant in Oslo.
On 22 June 2022, Kristin Jordal presented ACCSESS at the kick-off event for the project “The Norwegian Continental Shelf: A Driver for Climate-Positive Norway” (NCS C+).
ACCSESS partner is allocating €1.5 billion to CCUS projects as part of goal to reduce CO2 emissions by 47% by 2030
On 24 May 2022, ACCSESS partner HeidelbergCement announced its intentions to reduce specific CO2 emissions by a further 30% as part of its new sustainability
New agreement ensures full funding for CO2 capture at ACCSESS consortium member’s waste-to-energy plant
On 22 March 2022, the City of Oslo and the new owners of Fortum Oslo Varme entered into an agreement on the realisation of full-scale CO2 capture at Fortum’s waste-to-energy plant in Klemetsrud, Norway.
On 13 December 2021, a new collaboration was announced between Saipem, one of ACCSESS’ project partners, and Novozymes. Saipem is an advanced technological and engineering
PRESS RELEASE: September 13, 2021: TRONDHEIM, Norway Technology to capture CO2 from industry is to be demonstrated across Europe thanks to an EU grant. The