Greenhouse Gas R&D (GHG TCP)
The GHG TCP examines technologies that can reduce GHG emissions derived from fossil-fuel use, with a focus on CCS.
CO2 emissions from power plants burning coal or biomass, with and without carbon capture and storage (CCS).*
- Expert networks
- Information papers
- Modelling and databases
- Summer school and student mentoring
- Technical evaluations and reports
- Technical workshops
Contracting Parties: 18
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