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Regenerative Carbonate Cycle (RCC) is a promising cost-effective CO2 capture technology. The technology is based on the ability of calcium oxide to bind to CO2 in the fluegas in an exothermic reaction.

There are several technological solutions for CO2 capture, transport and storage, however it should be noted, that the application of CCS based on onshore transport and deposition is currently difficult from two main reasons:

A test facility for CO2 capture in the cement industry is being built at Norcem's cement plant in Brevik, Norway.

NORDICCS is a virtual CCS networking platform aiming at increasing the deployment and commercialization of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology in the Nordic region.

EDDiCCUT is a 4 year project aiming to systematically assess the life cycle environmental performance of current and novel CO2 capture and utilization technologies (CCT & CCU).

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