Our library consists of reportsemission standards and webinar powerpoints.

Our reports are a core product of the International Centre for Sustainable Carbon.

Key topics

  • Carbon-based energy technologies that are clean, secure, affordable with high efficiencies and minimal environmental impact, based on biomass, coal or organic wastes;
  • Technologies that transform coal from a fuel to a resource, including the creation of high value non-energy products, the extraction of critical minerals and the production soil conditioners;
  • Enabling policies and regulations to accelerate the introduction and growth of near zero-carbon technologies;
  • Technology agnostic approaches to ensure stable power generation for grids with high capacities of variable renewable energy (VRE);
  • Accelerating the deployment, integration and performance enhancement of carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS), in the power and industrial sectors.
  • Gasification of sustainable carbon with CCUS to produce very low emissions hydrogen and ammonia.

The outcomes from this studies programme include comprehensive, independent, policy relevant reports. The topics are selected by the members’ Executive Committee and the reports are available for download.

Webinars are held each month, based on ICSC studies and other activities.  Analysts provide extra insight into topical matters in regular blogs on energy and environmental issues.

The ICSC runs specialist workshops and conferences to support international cooperation on various sustainable energy options. The ICSC team also has a significant input to complementary meetings managed by other organisations. These events comprise a key part of the ICSC Outreach activities that focus on sustainable energy and environmental issues, including capacity building and training related to low carbon emissions technologies, especially for developing countries.

The ICSC maintains its Knowledge Partners Network, established to encourage international cooperation between industrial energy organisations, technology suppliers and research bodies. Connect with us on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.

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