South African Centre for Carbon Capture & Storage

 



Pilot Carbon Dioxide Storage Project

The Pilot Carbon Dioxide Storage Project (PCSP) is the first National and International collaborative Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage Research & Development project on the African Continent. The PCSP is a proof of concept for Carbon Capture & Storage in South Africa and is critical to addressing climate change. Read More...

CCS Study Tour to Canada

The Petroleum Technology Research Centre in conjunction with Sask Power hosted a delegation from SANEDI, UMkhanyakude Local House of Traditional Leaders, UMkhanyakude District Municipality, UMhlabuyalingana and Big5 Hlabisa Local Municipality. The visit was part of the CCS Study Tour which was aimed at exposing the stakeholders. Read More

 Pilot School Programme









SACCCS through its Stakeholder Engagement component has  established a Pilot School Programme (PSP) to conduct outreach activities for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Educators and Learners. The aim is to build understanding of Carbon Capture and Storage as one of the climate change mitigation measures as well as energy related topics. Read More...


 


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07/08/2019

The Institute welcomes SANEDI

The Global CCS Institute is pleased to announce that the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) is one of the newest Institute members. In this article, SACCCS’s Evelyn Nyandoro and Thabo Mosia introduce the South Africa’s CCS programme and initiatives.

Background
The challenge of global warming and climate change has come into prominence in the last few decades as evidence is mounting that increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions are responsible. The current trajectory of global emissions is not sustainable and drastic action needs to be taken to achieve the climate change Paris target of significantly less than two degree Celsius. South Africa is part of the global community that has set targets to reduce its contribution to global emissions and reduce the effects of global warming. The South African government has pledged to reduce its total CO2 emissions by 34 per cent by 2020 and 42 per cent by 2025. Several strategies have been proposed to achieve these targets, including energy efficiency, renewable energy, nuclear, cleaner mobility and carbon capture and storage (CCS) amongst others.

For more information [https://www.globalccsinstitute.com/news-media/latest-news/the-institute-welcomes-sacccs/]



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