Research coordination objectives

RCO1. To create a pan-European, interdisciplinary network for techno-economic analysis of CCUS;

RCO2. To understand the current status of science in TEA approaches for CCUS;

RCO3. To improve the quality of CCUS TEA and thereby enable more informed investment and R&D decision-making;

RCO4. To ensure that the existing and developed research is easily accessible and widely used in research and industry; and

RCO5. To establish the future direction for the development of CCUS TEA and the development of collaborative research bids and papers.


Capacity building objectives:

CBO1. Support the career development of early-career and female researchers while leveraging existing and new knowledge for less research-intensive countries.

CBO2. Develop a joint research agenda on solving the identified TEA challenges associated with negative emissions, advanced or emerging topics in classical CCS technologies, and their integration.

CBO3. Bridge the gap between the research and expertise of practitioners in CO2 capture, transport, utilization, and storage. By including disciplinary and interdisciplinary experts on CCUS and TEA, the partially existing disconnection between the individual chain elements will be addressed, leading to overall better CCUS system designs and analyses.

CBO4. Establish the pan-European knowledge platform of choice and reference point for the TEA of CCUS while developing a critical mass in CCUS research.

CBO5. Support individuals in acquiring and developing know-how and key competencies in TEA CCUS. The TrANsMIT COST Action will promote multidisciplinary and multisector teaming and twinning exercises, further covering the pillars of policy, environment, and social.


Memorandum of Understanding – MoU of TrANsMIT CA21127