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Carbon180, formerly the Center for Carbon Removal, is a new breed of climate-focused NGO on a mission to fundamentally rethink carbon.


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Our mission is to accelerate the development, piloting, scale-up, and validation of new carbon capture and conversion technologies.

We offer clients access to a comprehensive set of facilities for pilot plant design, fabrication, testing and refinement. At the University of British Columbia (UBC) technology developers can work with faculty on early-stage, bench-scale technologies. The pilot plant facility, in the Technology Commercialization and Innovation Centre, has infrastructure and utilities which allow for long-term pilot plant trials.


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The Carbon Capture Coalition, formerly known as the National Enhanced Oil Recovery Initiative (NEORI), was launched in 2011 to help realize the full potential of carbon capture as a national energy, economic, and environmental strategy.

The CCC is a nonpartisan coalition supporting the deployment and adoption of carbon capture technology. It is our mission to foster domestic energy production, support jobs and reduce emissions, all at the same time.


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The Carbon Capture & Storage Association (CCSA) was launched in March 2006 to represent the interests of its members in promoting the business of capture and geological storage of carbon dioxide (known as Carbon Capture and Storage, or CCS) as a means of abating atmospheric emissions of carbon dioxide and tackling climate change.

As a non-technical trade association, the CCSA is unique in its focus on the business side of CCS and efforts to ensure commercial-scale CCS projects can play a part in moving towards a low-carbon global economy. To this end, the Association benefits from a close working relationship with the UK Government and European Commission in developing an appropriate regulatory framework for CCS and influencing policy developments on an international level.


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The Carbon Cycle Institute’s mission is to stop and reverse climate global change by advancing science-based solutions that reduce atmospheric carbon while promoting environmental stewardship, social equity and economic sustainability. The Carbon Cycle Institute (CCI) is advancing this mission through our Ag Carbon Program, which is advancing carbon farming and regenerative rangeland management that builds soil carbon and critical ecosystem services on ranches, farms and working landscapes.


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The Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) is a Ministerial-level international climate change initiative that is focused on the development of improved cost-effective technologies for carbon capture and storage (CCS). It also promotes awareness and champions legal, regulatory, financial, and institutional environments conducive to such technologies.


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We envision a thriving, carbon-based industrial ecosystem that is meeting the material needs of humanity while also sustaining a stable, healthy environment.

Our mission is to accelerate the transformation of our industrial ecosystem to one that turns gigatons of carbon pollution into durable products by capturing and converting it to carbon-based materials useful in advanced manufacturing.


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RMI engages businesses, communities, institutions, and entrepreneurs to accelerate the adoption of market-based solutions that cost-effectively shift from fossil fuels to efficiency and renewables. We employ rigorous research, analysis, and whole-systems expertise to develop breakthrough insights. We then convene and collaborate with diverse partners—business, government, academic, nonprofit, philanthropic, and military—to accelerate and scale solutions.


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CCP is a group of major energy companies working together to advance the technologies that will underpin the deployment of industrial-scale CO2 capture and storage (CCS) in the oil & gas industry.

Since its formation in 2000, CCP has undertaken more than 150 projects to increase understanding of the science, economics and engineering applications for CO2 capture and storage in the industry. The insights from this work are critical in helping to reduce or eliminate CO2 emissions associated with ongoing use of fossil fuels.


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CO2Chem is an EPSRC Grand Challenge Network. CO2Chem brings together academics, industrialists and policy makers over a wide range of disciplines to consider the utilisation of carbon dioxide as a single carbon chemical feedstock for the production of value added products.

Network activities are geared towards the founding of strong cross-disciplinary research clusters that will lead research in this increasingly important area.

Although it was started as a UK network, CO2Chem quickly grew into an international network, currently our membership is 40% international and growing. CO2Chem is the largest worldwide carbon dioxide utilization network (CDU).


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Gassnova is the Norwegian state enterprise for carbon capture and storage. Gassnova stimulates technology research, development and demonstration and contributes to the realisation of technology in industrial, full-scale pioneer plants.

Gassnova manages the state's interest in the CO2 Technology Centre Mongstad. The Technology Centre at Mongstad was established with the goal of creating an arena for long-term and targeted development, testing and qualification of technology for CO2 capture. Gassnova will facilitate the sharing and dissemination of these experiences in order to reduce the costs and risks of CO2 capture.


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The Global CCS Institute is an international member-led organisation whose mission is to accelerate the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) as an imperative technology in tackling climate change and providing energy security.

The Global CCS Institute brings experience, expertise and specialist resources to provide members and stakeholders with accurate, insightful and impactful information about CCS and its latest developments.


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JCAP was established in 2010 as a U.S. Department of Energy Energy Innovation Hub that aims to find new and effective ways to produce fuels using only sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide. JCAP is led by a team from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and brings together more than 100 world-class scientists and engineers from Caltech and its lead partner, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. JCAP also draws on the expertise and capabilities of key partners from the University of California campuses at Irvine (UCI) and San Diego (UCSD), and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. JCAP is the Nation’s largest research program dedicated to the advancement of solar-fuels generation science and technology.


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As a world-class, neutral test facility, the National Carbon Capture Center is working to accelerate the commercialization of advanced technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from both coal and natural gas power generation. Since its creation by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) in 2009, the center has become a cornerstone of U.S. innovation in the research and development of cost-effective, technically viable carbon capture technologies.

Managed and operated by Southern Company, the National Carbon Capture Center works with third-party developers from the U.S. and six other countries to bridge the gap between laboratory research and large-scale demonstrations. The center’s state-of-the-art facilities provide the realistic operating conditions of a power plant and the infrastructure to install and evaluate the most promising carbon capture technologies for scale-up and future commercial deployment.


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A $20 Million global competition to develop breakthrough technologies that will convert CO₂ emissions from power plants and industrial facilities into valuable products like building materials, alternative fuels and other items that we use every day. Teams will be scored on how much CO₂ they convert and the net value of their products.

The prize will incentivize development of new and emerging CO2 conversion technologies, accelerating them from laboratory testing to demonstration under real world conditions. The prize will help identify the most promising pathways for CO2conversion and prove they can be deployed at power plants and other industrial facilities.


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Project Drawdown is facilitating a broad coalition of researchers, scientists, graduate students, PhDs, post-docs, policy makers, business leaders and activists to assemble and present the best available information on climate solutions in order to describe their beneficial financial, social and environmental impact over the next thirty years.


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Founded in 2005, SCCS is a partnership of the British Geological Survey, Heriot-Watt University, the University of Aberdeen, the University of Edinburgh and the University of Strathclyde working together with universities across Scotland. SCCS is funded by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC).

SCCS is the largest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) research group in the UK. Our internationally renowned researchers provide connected strength across the full CCS chain. With our unique position SCCS is able to act as the conduit between academia, industry and government.


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SCOT (Smart CO2 Transformation) is a collaborative European project (supported by the Seventh Framework programme) in the area of CO2 Utilisation. The main objective of the project is to define a Strategic European Research and Innovation Agenda for Europe in the field of CO2 Utilization.


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Founded in 2005, the European Technology Platform for Zero Emission Fossil Fuel Power Plants (ZEP) is a unique coalition of stakeholders united in their support for CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) as a key technology for combating climate change. ZEP serves as advisor to the European Commission on the research, demonstration and deployment of CCS.