CCS+ Publishes EU Guide To Carbon Accounting And Management

CCS+ Publishes EU Guide To Carbon Accounting And Management - Carbon Herald

The CCS+ Initiative has just published its EU Guide To An Integrated Carbon Accounting Infrastructure For The Industrial Carbon Management Market.

The new document represents a blueprint for shaping a high-quality, high-integrity certification framework for carbon accounting in the EU.

Developed on the basis of the organization’s carbon accounting methodologies, this framework is the first jurisdictional guide released by the CCS+ Initiative, and it focuses on ways in which these methodologies can be leveraged in both the voluntary and compliance carbon markets. 

The guide is particularly also focused on industrial carbon management in the EU, which it refers to as having the potential to play a key role in meeting the EU’s climate and industrial goals.

It dives into several technological solutions for emissions management, including carbon capture and storage (CCS), carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), carbon capture and utilization (CCU) and engineered carbon dioxide removal (CDR).

The guide follows a straightforward structure, which starts off with a regulatory landscape analysis, continues on to a methodology gap analysis and finishes off with a series of recommendations for policymakers and regulators. 

CCS+ plans to present its carbon accounting guide during the third EU Carbon Removal Expert Group meeting on October 25th, 2023, in the Methodology Architecture session.

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