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Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries: a Perspective on Barriers to Deployment


Kulichenko, Natalia; Ereira, Eleanor; Tot, Mario; Pešut, Damir i dr.
Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries: a Perspective on Barriers to Deployment, 2011. (izvješće).


Naslov
Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries: a Perspective on Barriers to Deployment

Autori
Kulichenko, Natalia ; Ereira, Eleanor ; Tot, Mario ; Pešut, Damir i dr.

Izvornik
WB

Vrsta, podvrsta
Ostale vrste radova, izvješće

Godina
2011

Ključne riječi
Carbon Capture and Storage

Sažetak
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could have significant impact as a carbon mitigation technology in greenhouse gas– (GHG-) emitting industries. Given the nascence of CCS technology, with only eight large-scale integrated projects in the world (Global CCS Institute 2010), significant challenges still must be overcome for large-scale deployment, such as addressing technical issues of integration and scale-up, legal and regulatory requirements to reduce investor risk, policies to create market drivers and mitigate economic impacts, including increases in electricity prices, and financing mechanisms to facilitate investment in the technology. This report does not provide prescriptive solutions to overcome these barriers, since action must be taken on a country-by-country basis, taking account of different circumstances and national policies. Individual governments should decide their priorities on climate change mitigation and adopt appropriate measures accordingly. The analyses presented in this report may take on added relevance, depending on the future direction of international climate negotiations and domestic legal and policy measures, and how they serve to encourage carbon sequestration. Both international and domestic actions can further incentivize the deployment of CCS and its inclusion in project development. Incentives to promote CCS include adopting climate change policies that could provide revenues for CCS projects, but it is likely that a combination of domestic and international mechanisms will be required, alongside carbon revenues, to kick-start CCS project development and reduce investor risk in developing countries in particular.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Elektrotehnika



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
201-0000000-3261 - Modeliranje razvoja energetskih sustava i podsustava (Mladen Zeljko, )

Ustanove
Energetski institut

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Mario Tot, (261072)
Damir Pešut, (88215)