CCUS finance barriers examined at workshop

Apr 29 2020


Policy incentives, risk reduction and supports for innovators were discussed as potential ways to alleviate barriers to financing carbon capture, utilization and storage technology development at a workshop hosted by CMC Research Institutes, the Bank of Montreal and Energy Futures Lab.

Through presentations, two panels and a world café exercise, 40 participants at the Mobilizing Capital for Industrial Carbon Reductions workshop  discussed and prioritized incentives and business drivers to support and stimulate private investment.

To learn more about outcomes from the workshop, a brief workshop report is available that contains the best of the day’s discussion.

Read the report


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