ZEP: Stakeholders promote CO2 capture, transport and storage to fight climate change

Since 2006, Triarii runs the secretariat of ZEP: the Zero Emissions Platform. ZEP unites all European stakeholders that aim to develop and deploy durable power plants fitted with CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage). Main players are the industrial utilities (RWE, E.On, Vattenfall, EDF, ENEL), the oil & gas sector (Shell, BP, Total) and the equipment manufacturers (Siemens, Alstom). Several research and knowledge institutes are involved, as well as NGOs. As the secretariat, Triarii facilitates all platform processes. The clips below show how CCS contributes to a better climate.

CCS safe storage: closing the carbon loop

CCS: The hard facts

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October 2016: The "One Planet" exhibition in the Museon in The Hague (NL) was opened on 24 October 2016 by UN-chief Ban Ki Moon. Part of this is the biological toilet of PRISTO, a project of the Ghanean company Biofilcom and Triarii.

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