EDDiCCUT was a 4 year research project aiming to systematically assess the technical, economic and environmental performance of novel CO2 capture and utilization technologies. The project was led by the Industrial Ecology Programme at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in collaboration with the Copernicus institute at Utrecht University and Telā€Tek in Porsgrunn. The project has been supported by Gassnova and industrial partners.


Analysis and understanding of the potential environmental benefits and trade-offs is fundamental for the development of carbon capture and storage (CCS) and carbon capture and utilization (CCU) as part of a sustainable system.read more


The main objective of this project has been to develop and apply an integrated systematic approach to assess the life cycle environmental performance of novel CO2 capture storage and utilization technologies (CCS & CCU).read more

Value added

The results generated in the project provide knowledge and procedures to support R&D investment, policy decisions and priorities.read more