Categories: carbon capture
Malmö proposed as a node for carbon capture and storage
An important piece of the puzzle of southern Sweden's efforts to capture and store carbon dioxide has now fallen into place. The CNetSS* project, led by Växjö Energi, has chosen the main alternative for interim storage of carbon dioxide before transport to final storage. The choice was Malmö and Copenhagen Malmö Port’s terminals in Norra Hamnen, where a node for interim storage and transshipment i
CMP: A new CCS strategy clarifies the role of ports in CO2-capture
This Tuesday, a broad political majority reached an agreement that will seriously boost carbon capture on Danish soil as a vitally important tool to achieve the national greenhouse gas emissions target of a 70% reduction by 2030.
ARC and CMP continue to have high ambitions for carbon capture at Amager Bakke, despite rejection from the EU
The EU Innovation Fund has recently identified the projects that will receive a part of €1 billion which will be handed out to innovative projects within the green transition. In a strong field, the application filed by ARC and CMP for financial support for CO2 capture at Amager Bakke has not received a share of the funds to be granted. The project received praise along the way, which is why ARC a
CO₂ capture – To make Copenhagen carbon neutral by the year 2025
500,000 tonnes of CO₂ will be removed from the atmosphere annually, which will significantly contribute to Copenhagen’s goal of becoming the world’s first carbon neutral capital by 2025. These are the goals of a new CO₂ capture facility at Amager Bakke, where CMP is an integral part of the joint efforts with Amager Resource Centre (ARC).
Full-Scale CO2 Capture Moves One Big Step Closer ARC
€120 million for a full-scale CO2 capture facility is now almost within reach. ARC’s and CMP’s joint project has gone ahead in the elimination race for funds from the EU’s Innovation Fund.
The capital city’s largest utility companies want to work together to capture 3 million tonnes of CO2 a year – but this requires political action now
With the C4 cluster, a number of major utility companies in the Copenhagen metropolitan area seek to make carbon capture a crucial element in the green transition in Denmark. CO2 reductions of around 3 million tonnes per year are possible, if the Danish Parliament shows the requisite political will.