Radboud University researcher, Floris Swennenhuis, reflects on presenting his work on the ACT Acorn project at the recent GHGT-14 conference
Just over a month ago I had the amazing opportunity to visit Melbourne. While I did get to enjoy the beauty of the nature in Australia during a couple of vacation days, that was not the main reason for going there. Melbourne was the host city for the biannual greenhouse gas control technologies (GHGT) conference; the premier international conference on carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Last month, projects funded under the ERA-NET Accelerating CCS Technologies (ACT) programme came together at RWE’s Niederaussem power plant in Bergheim, Germany, for the annual knowledge sharing workshop.