CCUS hubs and clusters

By Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Download your copy to discover how CCUS hub and cluster networks connect hard-to-abate local industries with low-carbon solutions to help meet net zero ambitions.

Building large-scale energy infrastructure involves a lot of costly investment. But sharing a common carbon dioxide capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) network among multiple local industries can limit the expense and investment risks, while increasing the potential for the participants to curb their emissions.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group’s new e-book explores how CCUS hub and cluster networks exploit benefits for hard-to-abate industries such as steel, chemicals and cement producers to reduce their emissions while maintaining output levels.
Such CCUS hub and cluster networks can contribute to the scaling and adoption of CCUS technologies and help achieve net zero emissions.

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