Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a set of technologies that can reduce CO2 emissions across the economy - from industry, transport, and heat and power generation - preventing them from escalating climate change.
CCS is the only option for deep emission reductions from energy-intensive process industries. When used with sustainable biomass, it can provide "negative emissions" and it has a role in producing clean hydrogen for heat and transport.
SCCS is the largest CCS research group in the UK, providing a single point of coordination for CCS research, from capture engineering and geoscience to social perceptions and environmental impact through to law and petroleum economics.
Find out more about the SCCS partnership and the research, facilities and advice we provide for industry, regulators and government