More than 100 Danish CCUS projects focused on research and innovation are part of a new INNO-CCUS publication. The publication titled State of CCUS will be a key tool for researchers and experts to connect, collaborate, and direct their efforts for the benefit of the CCUS field and its advancement.
“This publication represents our commitment, featuring more than 100 projects across the CCUS value chain, involving various sectors and industries. Collaboration is the cornerstone of these efforts, and I am excited to see the diverse range of CCUS projects and the significant strides we are making,” says Christina Egelund, minister for higher education and science, in the foreword of State of CCUS.
Find the publication here: State of CCUS