ECCSEL, the European Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Laboratory infrastructure, is now a new scientific partner of the Sotacarbo Summer School on CCUS and low carbon technologies.
Established in June 2017, ECCSEL is a permanent pan-European distributed research infrastructure, ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium), with its Operation Centre located in Trondheim (Norway). Through the five founding member countries (France, Italy, the Netherlands, UK and Norway), ECCSEL offers open access to more than 55 world class CCUS research facilities across Europe, owned by several service providers: BRGM, Andra, EDF Group, IFP Energies Nouvelle and Ineris (France), NTNU, Sintef AS, Sintef ER and Institute for Energy Technology (Norway), TNO (The Netherlands), British Geological Survey and PACT – the Pilot-scale Advanced CO2 Capture Technology (Regno Unito), OGS, Enea, University of Bologna and Sotacarbo (Italy).
ECCSEL represents the European excellence in the experimental research on CCUS technologies and now joins the University of Cagliari, IEA Clean Coal Centre, CO2GeoNet and ECO-BASE in the scientific partnership of the School.
For more information: https://www.eccsel.org/