About the Task Force

Our Task Forces are ad hoc operational hubs for Bioenergy Europe's members. Due to their nature, the meetings of the Task Forces will take an interactive approach, assessing ongoing policy issues and developing concrete strategies to address them.

The Carbon Dioxide Removal Task Force was established in 2022 in advance of forthcoming EU legislation in this field to facilitate cooperation on carbon dioxide removal solutions. Through the Task Force, Bioenergy Europe establishes an interactive forum to explore policy options for the creation of negative emission certificates and incentives within EU energy and climate policies and to foster the dissemination of knowledge and research on negative emission technologies.

Key topics

  • Technology-based carbon dioxide removals such as BECCS and BIOCHAR
  • Legal framework for the certification of carbon dioxide removals
  • Standards
  • R&I
  • Next meeting?

    8 February 2022, 14:30-15:30 CET

  • Meet the coordinator

    The Carbon Dioxide Removal Task Force is coordinated by Michał DŁUGOSZ.

    Contact:
    dlugosz@bioenergyeurope.org
    +32 2 319 47 84

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