NET-RAPIDO

Negative Emission Technologies: Readiness Assessment, Policy Instrument Design, Options for governance and dialogue

Driving Action for Carbon Neutrality

British-Nordic experiences of negative emissions technologies in practice.

Wednesday, 24th June 2020, 11-12:30 BST, 12-13:30 CEST

NET-RAPIDO

Negative Emission Technologies: Readiness Assessment, Policy Instrument Design, Options for governance and dialogue

Bringing insights from across sectors and disciplines to build a clear, informed understanding of the opportunities, challenges and risks of implementing negative emissions technologies (NETs), to reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change.

Research Streams

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Technology

Readiness, feasibility and realistic potential of NETs, which is key for their implementation.

  • Assessment of the full-range of NETs,
  • Technology readiness assessment, including costs and limitations,
  • Case studies and scenarios to support the prioritisation of NETs at the EU and Swedish levels.

Governance

Core governance challenges at the gap between the need for NETs to meet the Paris Agreement ambitions, and the (so far) missing efforts to mobilize and regulate NETs’ deployment.

  • Institutional setting for international governance,
  • Prevention of harmful side-effects,
  • Robust CO2 accounting methodologies and benefits.

Finance

Substantive financial incentives schemes and mechanisms at multiple levels required to upscale NETs.

  • Potential NET financing mechanisms under the Paris Agreement,
  • Potential support mechanisms under the UNFCCC,
  • Private sector finance.

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Partners

Climate Strategies
Mälardalen University
Perspectives Climate Research

Funded by:

Swedish Energy Agency

Contact us

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jinyue.yan@mdh.se

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