ACT 7: ACT Knowledge Sharing Workshops
The ACT Consortium is holding a two-day event: 7th. ACT Knowledge Sharing Workshop, on 4 and 5, October 2023 in Paris. The focus of the workshop is to share knowledge, experiences and results.
Here is the link to register. We hope to see you in Paris.
Knowledge sharing and networking at ACT 7
The ACT Consortium invites the ACT3 and ACT4 projects, ACT partners and all CCUS stakeholders to attend the workshop in Paris. The workshop will also be an excellent opportunity to generate new ideas and build unique networks. Presentations and ambitions of the various ACT projects will also be a source of inspiration.
An international initiative for CCS and CCUS
ACT is an international initiative to facilitate research and innovation in CO2 capture, transport, use and storage (CCUS).
ACT aims to accelerate and mature CCUS technologies by funding transnational research and innovation projects. A total of 16 countries, regions and provinces work together in ACT with the ambition to fund world-class research, development and innovation that can lead to safe and cost-effective CCUS technology.
The history of ACT
ACT started in 2016, and since its inception we have had four calls for tenders and financed 39 projects with €108 million. So far the ACT projects have closed a number of knowledge gaps and delivered results of considerable industrial interest. “We believe this year’s workshop will be another good opportunity to learn and share experiences and further strengthen both networks and expertise,” says Aage Stangeland of the Research Council of Norway/ACT coordinator.
The aim of the Workshop
Aage Stangeland goes on to say: “The workshop’s aim is to ensure knowledge sharing and increase cooperation between ACT-funded projects. Furthermore, we also aim to engage with other CCUS initiatives and stakeholders, and we hope all participants after the workshop are both inspired and full of new ideas.”
There will be presentations from ongoing ACT projects and interactive sessions, including panel discussions and poster sessions over the two days.