Mentions of projects supported by CLIMIT
New membrane technology for carbon capture
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has estimated that approx. 3,400 carbon capture facilities will be needed worldwide by 2050 to meet the climate targets of the Paris Agreement. There is therefore a huge need to develop more efficient, cheaper technologies.
Norwegian experts contribute to international CCS standards
A number of full-scale CCS projects are in development, not only in Norway, but also in the rest of Europe, North America and Asia. International standards will help reduce the barriers and risks these projects have to negotiate on their path to become operational.
Researching how Grenland can become climate positive
– Our goal is to specify what it will take to capture CO2 from all major emitters in Grenland – With the aim of making this industry-focused region climate-positive by 2040. We are well on our way to providing a range of solutions that will give the authorities and industry the basis they need to make their decisions.
CLIMIT support has come in handy for Oslo’s goal of being climate-neutral by 2030
The world is facing major changes and some Norwegian municipalities want to be leading the way. Oslo is one them. Climate change and waste management are two high-priority societal challenges setting clear targets on waste management and the low-carbon economy for the future.