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The INNO-CCUS Partnership

The INNO-CCUS Partnership is established with support from Innovation Fund Denmark as a mean to secure a significant contribution to achieve the Danish government’s climate goals on CO2 reduction, through CCUS solutions.

We are a mission-driven public-private partnership, with the ambition to achieve a fundamental change in the way we view, value, and use carbon resources to enable a complete shift of the current system from fossil-based to biogenic carbon sources.

About CCUS

CCUS is a collective term that describes various methods of capturing CO2 either directly from the emitting source or from the atmosphere. If the carbon is not used on site, the captured CO2 can either be stored permanently in geological reservoirs or used for other purposes, such as food and beverage production, chemicals, building materials and synthetic fuels for aircraft, where fossil carbon can be replaced.

CCUS represent the only technology solutions capable of deep emission reductions, especially within hard-to-abate industries, such as cement and steel. CCUS will play an important role in meeting global energy and climate targets.

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Our roadmap

CCUS represent the only technology solutions capable of deep emission reductions, especially within hard-to-abate industries, such as cement and steel. CCUS will play an important role in meeting global energy and climate targets.

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  • January 24, 2023

    Conference: Accelerating the green transition through the MissionGreenFuels and INNO-CCUS partnerships

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  • January 20, 2023

    Call for innovative project ideas within CCUS

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The INNO-CCUS Partnership

The INNO-CCUS Partnership consist of 58 partners across knowledge institutions, GTS institutions, private companies, public companies and organisations.

Together, these partners will contribute to the Danish climate reduction target through 20 research projects within five thematic areas: