South African Centre for Carbon Capture & Storage

 



Pilot Carbon Dioxide Storage Project

The Pilot Carbon Dioxide Storage Project (PCSP) is the first National and International collaborative Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Research & Development project on the African Continent. The PCSP is a proof of concept for Carbon Capture & Storage in South Africa and is critical to addressing climate change. Read More...

Pilot Monitoring Capacity Building Project 

The Pilot Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Capacity Building Project (PMP) is critical to the successful deployment of the PCSP. SACCCS aims to build carbon dioxide monitoring capacity and transfer skills in the areas of interests, namely, Ugu and Alfred Nzo District Municipalities using different monitoring equipment and techniques prior to the commencement of the PCSP. Read More...

Pilot Schools Project

The Pilot Schools Project (PSP) provides an exciting opportunity for school communities to understand climate change and learn about adaptation as well as mitigation measures thereof, in particular low - carbon emission technologies such as Carbon Capture & Storage. Read More...

 

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01/07/2016

Education in renewable energy expected to boom in S.A

With the fast growth in renewable energy in South Africa, universities will soon offer degrees which focus on this growing sector says MSC Artisan Academy’s Operations Director, Willie Gresse. Speaking to...   More


01/07/2016

Lessons Learned from UK CCS Programmes

The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) is today launching an important new report entitled "Lessons Learned – Lessons and Evidence Derived from UK CCS Programmes, 2008 – 2015". Particularly focusing...   More


06/06/2016

BHP Billiton funds carbon capture and storage research in China

JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Diversified mining group BHP Billiton on Monday announced that it would provide $7.37-million in funding to Peking University, in Beijing, to accelerate carbon capture, use...   More