Unprecedented interest for latest ACT call

ACT’s 3rd funding call for CCUS projects that was launched in June, has received a record breaking 91 pre-proposals.


New fuels for carbon free power production

The BIGH2 project develops advanced combustion technology that utilizes mixtures of hydrogen and ammonia as carbon-free fuel in industrial gas turbines.


DigiMon webinar on digital monitoring of CO2 storage

The ACT2 DigiMon project invites to an open webinar to present results from the ongoing research co-funded by CLIMIT.


ALIGN-CCUS online knowledge sharing

The ALIGN-CCUS project, which concludes this year, shares results and outlines routes to decarbonising industrial nations during its online event October 28th and 29th.


Cost-effective solutions in maritime transport

The CO2 LOS project aims to reduce the costs of transporting CO2 on ships.


Cleaner hydrogen production

The calcium-copper looping technology is promising.The aim is to produce hydrogen and capture CO2 in one step. And do it cost-efficiently.


A new wave of technology for clean energy conversion

Innovative looping technology may pave the way for industrial applications. Gas switching combustion may be used for power generation or hydrogen production.


A cleaner refinery

Preem has ambitions of capturing CO2 from the company’s two refineries on Sweden’s west coast. Tests conducted by Aker Solutions will give Preem important operational experience with carbon capture technology.


New opportunity for CCUS technology research funding

Then new ACT Call invites transnational research proposals that address the technological, environmental, social and economic challenges required to accelerate CCUS.


A driving force for carbon capture and storage

CLIMIT has played a central role in the development of the world’s most dynamic research environments for CCS. Close cooperation with the industry has been a critical success factor.


CLIMIT has released its annual report for 2019

CLIMIT's 2019 Annual Report presents a handful of the many projects the program is funding. This gives a picture of some of the results created through CLIMIT.


Improved environmental knowledge about amine-based CO2 capture

A CLIMIT supported project on basic research and development of important knowledge about amine reactions in the atmosphere, has doubled the knowledge database on atmospheric amine chemistry.


CO2 DataShare launches digital data sharing portal

CO2 DataShare launches an online, digital platform for sharing reference datasets from pioneering CO2 storage projects. This can contribute to even more cost-effective and secure CO2 storage.


CO2 storage can be combined with EOR

An international CLIMIT-supported project led by the University of Bergen has exciting results on CO2 storage combined with increased oil production (EOR).


New models for cost effective CO2 storage

The Norwegian research institute NORCE has developed new models for CO2 storage that can lead to more cost-effective CO2 storage.