Australia to become leader in carbon capture says CSIRO report


A roadmap released by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) lays out opportunities for Australia to reduce carbon emissions by using emerging carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) technologies.

The roadmap, entitled the CO2 Utilisation Roadmap, explores the potential for Australia’s food and beverages industry to be supported by new CCU technologies and how these developments could help create zero or low carbon building products and materials.

In addition, the report explored the possibility for Australia to become a major player in the export of low emissions chemicals and fuels.

Larry Marshall, Chief Executive, CSIRO, commented on the opportunity for Australia to push towards a lower emissions future, saying, “No single technology will take us to net zero – the scale of our challenge in adapting to climate change and decarbonising our industries requires us to draw on every available tool.”

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