Examines which policies might work to stimulate investment for CCUS projects in the U.S. power sector, including capital incentives and revenue incentives and policies that reduce federal taxes for owners and investors.
Aims to assess current gaps in CCS technologies and identify the most promising directions for basic research that is needed to achieve long-term global carbon management.
Provides a coordinated update of CCS potential across the United States and other portions of North America.
Best Practice Manuals focused on establishing uniform approaches for carrying out essential activities common to the success of all CCS projects, including site selection and characterization, monitoring, modeling, risk assessment, and more.
Investigates the potential of new CO2 technologies in the application on the major industrial emitters.
Evaluates CO2 capture technology options; makes an engineering and economic assessment; identifies considerations for plant design and permitting; and considers beneficial carbon capture system design options.
A free, public, power plant modeling tool that provides systematic estimates of the performance, fuel consumption, emissions, and costs of fossil fuel-fired power plants with and without CCS.
Investigates existing and emerging uses of CO2 and reviews the potential to capture and reuse CO2 for industrial applications in order to accelerate the development and commercial deployment of CCS.
Surveys post-combustion retrofits on both coal and NGCC plants, using an economic model to assess the value proposition for different technology types.
Surveys case studies of carbon capture at NGCC plants, including post-, pre-, and oxy-combustion, and their performance factors.