THE ENERGY TRANSITION – THE ROLE FOR SUSTAINABLE CARBON

A JOINT EVENT BETWEEN THE ICSC AND SOTACARBO TO BE HELD IN
SARDINIA, ITALY

16-18 NOVEMBER 2022

We are pleased to relaunch our dissemination programme in collaboration with a longstanding member of the Centre, Sotacarbo of Italy. Together, we will organise a workshop on the options and opportunities for progressing a comprehensive energy transition that makes full use of the energy choices available, including sustainable carbon options. A three-day meeting will examine the key issues arising, through two and a half days of expert presentations, panel discussions and detailed debate, to be followed by a site visit on the final afternoon.

The workshop programme will include a mix of policy relevant sessions and technology development considerations, for limiting CO2 and other emissions:

  • Welcome and keynote address by Sotacarbo
  • ICSC’s assessment of global policies for achieving carbon net zero
  • OECD countries and developing nations contrasting policy drivers for sustainability
  • Case studies from both OECD countries and developing nations to ensure sustainable carbon-based energy systems
  • Impact of politics and policies on technology development and deployment
  • Role of dispatchable power with CCUS in ensuring stable power generation when variable renewable energy is a significant contributor
  • Advanced low carbon technologies development and deployment
  • Coal conversion to hydrogen, ammonia and urea for clean energy applications
  • Technical and economic challenges for cofiring to limit CO2 emissions
  • Production and deployment of carbon-based non-energy products including soil conditioners

Call for abstracts now open!

The International Centre for Sustainable Carbon (ICSC) is part of an International Energy Agency organised network of functionally and legally autonomous collaborative partnerships focused on a wide range of energy technologies known as Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCPs). We provide independent information and analysis on how biomass, coal and other carbon sources can become cleaner sources of energy, compatible with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Our comprehensive work programme includes the preparation of well-regarded policy relevant study reports together with a worldwide dissemination and outreach programme.

Cost for registration for the full event, including welcome reception, lunches and workshop dinner, is €950.

Early bird price €850

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