Science for Clean Energy

A Trans-European Consortium to Assess, Improve and Regulate Promising Sub-Surface Geo-Energy Technologies via the Reliable Quantification of Environmental Footprint and Risks

About S4CE

The Horizon 2020 project S4CE aims to develop, test and implement technologies needed for successfully detecting, quantifying and mitigating the risks connected with geo-energy operations in the sub-surface.
The operations considered by this consortium include geothermal energy, enhanced gas recovery, carbon sequestration, and unconventional operations.

The Consortium

The S4CE consortium includes 22 partners, representing academic institutions, industry energy operators, industrial partners, and research institutes. The consortium is lead by UCL, who have an outstanding track record in managing major European-funded research projects.

Field Sites

S4CE will deploy advanced instrumentation in three existing field sites in Europe: the CarbFix site in Iceland, one geothermal operation in Cornwall, UK, and a water-gas well in St. Gallen, Switzerland.