CCUS, a key technology for removing, reusing, and recycling carbon dioxide emissions, has come a long way with projects in power and industry, and continues to demonstrate its technical feasibility.
Realizing fully the value of CCUS remains a global challenge, overall costs need to be reduced, global storage capacity needs to be consolidated and appropriate policy instruments need to be implemented, in order to ensure widespread deployment.
Hydrogen’s versatility allows technologies available today to produce, store, transport and use energy in different ways such as electricity to power homes and feed industry, fuels for cars, trucks, ships and planes.
Now is the time to scale up technologies for government and private sector companies to allow hydrogen to become widely used to decarbonize industries where it has proven difficult to reduce emissions.
During iCCUS and H2ME, an exhibitor showcase will be held for companies to demonstrate their technologies, services and products and how they can contribute to the circular economy, a sustainable future and the challenges of the changing global environment.