Sviluppi recenti e prospettive per la cattura e lo stoccaggio del carbonio
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is being discussed as a solution for decarbonisation in the lively public and political debate on energy transition. The adoption of increasingly ambitious climate targets in the EU (-55% greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and climate neutrality by 2050) entails that all stakeholders should be on board in the common effort to decarbonise.
In Northern Europe, a number of CCS projects like Porthos and Northern Lights are going ahead, with good chances to achieve economies of scale. In Italy too there are project proposals and a lively debate on CCS in the run up to the National Recovery and Resilience Plan and the National Hydrogen Strategy. This is also because CCS is an important element to produce blue hydrogen, which could have a key role in reducing emissions in hard-to-abate sectors such as industry, aviation and heavy duty vehicles.
In this webinar, recent developments and prospects for CCS will be discussed, with a special focus on Italy. After presentations by (and debate among) speakers, there will be room for questions and interventions from the audience.
Ferdinando Nelli Feroci