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Harnessing the power of the volcanoes: Hellisheidi is Iceland's largest geothermal plant Credit: G Svanberg / BBC

S4CE field site CarbFix featured on BBC News: Turning carbon dioxide into rock – forever

The Hellisheidi power station, 25km (15 miles) outside Reykjavik, is Iceland’s main geothermal plant, and is one of the largest in the world.

1st Annual Consortium Meeting, September 10-11, 2018 – Reykjavík Iceland

We are happy to announce that our 1st Annual Consortium Meeting will take place in Reykjavík Iceland 10-11 September 2018. The S4CE meeting will take place back to back with the International Carbon Conference (ICC-2018) 12 September. The...

NOW OPEN: PDRA position to study of the adsorption properties of porous materials

NOW OPEN: one PDRA position to study of the adsorption properties of porous materials, including both natural and engineered samples. The position is associated with the recently funded EU project Science For Clean Energy (S4CE). Interested? Apply HERE! We are...

S4CE Partner MIRICO Ltd. Receives New Funding

DCO funding supported the development of a rugged, portable volcano monitoring device that helped launch the gas analysis instrument company MIRICO Ltd. Now, the company has received a £3.5 million (about US$4.75 million) investment to support the commercialization of...

S4CE Kick-off meeting in London

The S4CE Kick-Off meeting was held at UCL in London 4-5 September, 2017. This meeting was the first opportunity for the 23 consortium members from 10 academic institutions, 3 subsurface industry energy operators, 7 Industrial partners, and 3 major research institutes...

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S4CE Partner MIRICO Ltd. Receives New Funding

DCO funding supported the development of a rugged, portable volcano monitoring device that helped launch the gas analysis instrument company MIRICO Ltd. Now, the company has received a £3.5 million (about US$4.75 million) investment to support the commercialization of...

S4CE Kick-off meeting in London

The S4CE Kick-Off meeting was held at UCL in London 4-5 September, 2017. This meeting was the first opportunity for the 23 consortium members from 10 academic institutions, 3 subsurface industry energy operators, 7 Industrial partners, and 3 major research institutes...

S4CE consortium visit to St. Gallen, Switzerland

Above: Field Site 4 “St.Gallen” (Switzerland) and participating S4CE partners during field site visit on Nov. 3rd, 2017 Within S4CE a one-day site visit to Field Site St.Gallen (Switzerland) took place on November 3rd,2017. During that day, S4CE partners NIS, TWI,...

S4CE consortium visit to NIS Rusanda field site

The S4CE project consortium visit to NIS oil and gas field Rusanda took place on 23-24 November 2017. The Rusanda field site is one of the four European sites at the core of S4CE project, where development and deployment of the novel technologies and instrumentation...

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