Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute (also known as "Global CCS Institute) aims to accelerate the important methods currently used to mitigate climate change and ensure energy security - carbon capture and storage technology (CCS) applications.
Academy initiative will CCS technology as one of the alternative methods used to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions caused by power generation and industrial development, and to share information about its member countries around the world offered, while establishing as soon as possible to ensure that CCS technology is widely used technological capabilities.
Global CCS Institute project, policy makers and researchers together to overcome the challenges faced by CCS. So far, the Global CCS Institute has established channels of learning from each other to ensure that this important technology to quickly and successfully to get practice.
China is deploying systematic CCS technology: First, build a strong R & D base, and then create a number of large-scale pilot projects. In the "national long-term Science and Technology Development Plan (2006-2020)" in, CCS was identified as one of the frontiers of science and technology will be further developed. CCS has been included in "15" and "Eleventh Five-Year" plan of science and technology among countries China, and in the current "five" plan which gained more support.
"" Second five "work program to control greenhouse gas emissions" by the National Development and Reform Commission Department of Climate Change (DCC-NDRC) drafted by the central government in November 2011 release. This time covered by the program for the 2011 to 2015, and to focus on energy and climate change, with particular reference to carbon capture and storage. According to this program of work, China has developed coal carbon capture pilot project development in thermal power generation, coal chemical, cement, iron and steel industry and other fields as well as the establishment of an integrated trapped carbon dioxide for enhanced oil recovery and geological storage carbon capture and storage pilot project objectives. This program also elaborated China is committed to the development of new carbon capture and storage technologies and access to relevant intellectual property rights. "" Second five "national carbon capture and storage technology development special plan" released by the Ministry of Science on March 11, 2013. In addition, "major national scientific and technological infrastructure and long-term plan (2012-2030 years)" in the field of energy science for the first time explicitly states that "pre-research to explore carbon dioxide capture, storage and use of research facilities, to provide technical support to address global climate change." task.
China coal chemical sector is an important strategic industrial sectors, and carbon capture, utilization and storage occupy a large number of chapters in many policy documents the strategic sectors. China's National Development and Reform Commission released in March 2012, "coal industry" five "plan" that China will support carbon capture, utilization and storage research and demonstration techniques. In addition, China Development and Reform Commission in March 2011 issued the "Notice on Regulating the orderly development of coal chemical industry," particularly requires all new coal chemical demonstration projects must have the ability to significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions. This means that the new coal chemical demonstration projects will have to consider the installation such as a large-scale carbon capture, use and storage facilities to control carbon dioxide emissions.
Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute Beijing Representative Office
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