On 27 – 28 November, the EU Commission hosts its annual conference CCUS Forum in Aalborg, Denmark. At the event, INNO-CCUS will launch a catalog that maps all Danish research and innovation projects. The catalog will show the strength and breadth of the field and serve as a tool for researchers and experts to find networks, coordinate efforts, and attract funding.
INNO-CCUS is currently in the process of collecting projects and if you know of a project that should be included don’t hesitate to reach out to Partnership Director Karina Søgaard at email@example.com.
Projects that are part of CORC, INNO-CCUS, MissionGreenFuels, CO2vision or supported by the EUDP are already mapped.
We seek projects aligning with one or more of the following criteria:
- Financial Endorsement: Projects backed by public or private funding, whether within the Danish or international sphere, including those participating in EU projects.
- Collaborative Endeavors: Initiatives involving multiple researchers within a single institution or fostering collaboration among diverse stakeholders.
- Solution-Driven Initiatives: Projects addressing tangible challenges in the realm of CCUS, spanning technological innovations or societal implications.