C4 – Carbon Capture Cluster Copenhagen

Nine companies in the capital are part of a new cluster collaboration to capture and store CO2. Together they will potentially reduce CO2 emissions by 3 million tonnes annually through carbon capture and storage.

The members represent the entire value chain from energy production to the absorption of waste heat in the district heating network, and the shipment of captured CO2 to the storage site.

Ambitious climate consortium

The climate crisis requires action. It’s not enough to just reduce emissions, we need to actively remove CO2 from the atmosphere. This is done most efficiently from point sources with high emissions and many operating hours, such as energy generation plants.

The members of the C4 cluster have a vision to reduce CO2 emissions by 3 million tonnes annually. This corresponds to approximately 15% of the total Danish reduction target of 70% by 2030. The C4 collaboration can be one of the largest single contributions to the green transition in Denmark – we call it an ambitious climate consortium.

You can find more information and the latest press releases on C4´s website

Carbon capture at Amager Bakke

ARC intends to become the first CO2-neutral waste energy plant. One of the key elements will be capturing carbon from flue gas.