About the project

STRATEGY CCUS is an ambitious three-year project funded by the European Union to support the development of low-carbon energy and industry in Southern and Eastern Europe. We are focusing on eight regions considered promising for carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS). We aim to encourage and support initiatives within each region by producing local development plans and business models tailored to industry’s needs.

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Regions

Explore our eight promising start-up regions in southern and eastern Europe and find out more about why they have potential for CCUS development.

Toolbox

Our Stakeholder Engagement Toolbox will feature a variety of media to enable regions and potential developers to take forward projects effectively.

Partners

Find out more about our 17 partner institutes from ten European countries and the knowledge and expertise they bring to the STRATEGY CCUS project.

Funding

STRATEGY CCUS has received support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme, its biggest research and innovation fund to date.

News & Events

GHGT-15 Call for abstracts

Monday, 5 October, 2020 - 09:00
GHGT-15 conference series logo

The Call for abstracts for GHGT-15 is now open and you are invited to submit abstracts for consideration, for both oral and poster presentations related to the conference's 12 main technical themes.

COP25: Partners present vital role of CO2 storage

The Green Zone at the COP25 climate talks

Carbon dioxide (CO2) storage experts from the STRATEGY CCUS project, as part of the CO2GeoNet network, are attending the COP25 climate talks in Madrid this week to highlight the role that geological storage of CO2 must play in rapid and large-scale climate action needed to meet Paris Agreement targets.

Top science accolade for STRATEGY CCUS director

Dr Isabelle Czernichowski-Lauriol, Director of the STRATEGY CCUS project, has been awarded the Chevalier de la légion d’honneur medal in recognition of her scientific activities and merits in the field of the geological storage of CO2.