Developing value chains for CO2 storage and blue hydrogen in Europe (DEVICE)
|Project manager||Rolf Golombek|
|Client project no.||324892|
|Period||2021 - 2025|
Project descriptionDEVICE will investigate how to develop robust value chains for both CO2 storage and fossil-based hydrogen with carbon capture and storage (CCS), and examine policy implications of their interlinkages. The primary objective of the project is to study how social acceptance, government policy and regulations, and new business models can sustain the development of efficient value chains for hydrogen and captured CO2 in Europe. The project team consist of economists, legal expertise and political science experts.
The DEVICE project is led by the Frisch Centre, with senior researcher Dr. Rolf Golombek as the project leader. The other research partners are
- Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI)
- Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)
- Norwegian University of Life Sciences (School of Economics and Business, NMBU) and
- Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law (NIFS at UiO).
The project will operate with a reference group composed of Norwegian authorities and industrial stakeholders.
Internt prosjektseminar om teknologier og kostnader knyttet til CCS og hydrogen
8. april 2022
Program med presentasjoner