Eurogas welcomes the European Commission’s (EC) ambition to deploy a harmonised EU certification system to ensure the role of carbon removals solutions, both nature-based and technology-based, necessary to contribute to achieving the EU climate targets.
Eurogas firmly believes that the Regulation on the certification of carbon removals (the Regulation) should provide legal and financial certainty to the industry. This means defining a clear framework from the establishment of the certificates to their implementation, while developing minimum standard requirements to provide a necessary basis for continuous innovation.
Eurogas also believes that such a framework should urgently be developed to support the ongoing efforts to deploy carbon capture and use and/or storage (CCUS), whose transport and storage infrastructure, as well as scaled-up capture technologies, would enable and enhance the deployment of …
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