Fortum Oslo Varme’s CCS project takes important step forward

Fortum Oslo Varme’s carbon capture and storage (CCS) project has moved a step closer to realisation after being shortlisted for financing from the EU’s €10bn Innovation Fund. The project would...

Partner profile: Sustainable energy and powerful solutions

On International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we speak to project partner, Dr Camilla Thomson, Chancellor’s Fellow in Energy at the Institute for Energy Systems,  University of Edinburgh’s...

Global recycling firm REMONDIS feeds IFK’s capture experiments

Research at the University of Stuttgart into carbon capture technology for the waste-to-energy sector has forged links with one of the world’s largest recycling companies. Scientists at the...
View of the Steinmüller Engineering GmbH building in Gummersbach. Photo: Florian Mayer

Steinmüller support for University of Stuttgart’s carbon capture research

Science and industry partnerships within the NEWEST-CCUS project are expected to bring benefits to each sector, as a link between the University of Stuttgart and a Germany-based engineering company...

Stuttgart puts oxy-fuel technology for waste-to-energy through its paces

NEWEST-CCUS partners at the University of Stuttgart are testing oxy-fuel technology for the combustion of solid recovered fuels, which is expected to be of value to operators of waste-to-energy...