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Negative Emission Technologies

Your entrance to a network of all players in the energy transition

To realize the ambitions set in the Paris Climate Accords, it is not enough to lower emission of CO₂. It is also necessary to remove CO₂ that has already been emitted from the atmosphere. To achieve this, so-called Negative Emission Technologies (NETs) are being developed: ways to capture CO₂ from the atmosphere or at the point of emission, both technological and natural, and ways to store it long-term or turn it into usable products. 

Six program lines have been defined:

  1. Low Energy Direct Air Capture
  2. Routes to Carbonates
  3. Routes to Carbon
  4. Routes to Chemicals and Polymers
  5. Geo and Land Use
  6. Societal Dimension


Introduction of the Negative Emission Technologies programma in a short movie:

Programme coordinator

Are you interested in working with us? Contact the programme coordinator for more information.

dr.ir. B.P.B. Hoomans (Bob)
Supporting Staff

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