All project deliverables, open publications and other public material will be made available on the ACCSESS repository on Zenodo.


ACCSESS results and reports will be published on the Community Research and Development Information Service (CORDIS).

Explaining CCS

ACCSESS aims to increase the societal understanding of CCS technologies, and how they can contribute to the development of a low-carbon society. 

As such, the project is creating a series of videos explaining core CCS concepts in relation to the four industrial sectors being examined in ACCSESS: cement, pulp and paper, waste-to-energy, and biorefineries.

pulp and paper

Are plants the key to succeeding with carbon dioxide removal?

Plants capture CO2 naturally through photosynthesis. When those plants decay or are burned, the CO2 is released back into the atmosphere. However, if we capture and permanently store those CO2 emissions, we can actually remove CO2 from the atmosphere. This is known as carbon dioxide removal – or CDR.

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How can we decarbonise cement production?

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.

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ACCSESS holds regular webinars on the various areas being investigated by the project. In 2024, the project launched the ACCSESS Lunch Webinars, which  are a series of 20-minute presentations, followed by a Q&A session. The presentations are recorded, but not the Q&A discussion that follows.

You can view the recordings either in the respective webinar posts or in the full ACCSESS playlist on YouTube.