23 Items

Journal Article - Energy Policy

Global Learning on Carbon Capture and Storage: A Call for Strong International Cooperation on CCS Demonstration

| June 2009

In this Viewpoint, the authors argue that global coordination, transparency, cost-sharing and communication are key principles in facilitating efficient and cost-effective collaborative global learning on CCS.

Journal Article - Technological Forecasting and Social Change

Socio-Political Evaluation of Energy Deployment (SPEED): An Integrated Research Framework Analyzing Energy Technology Deployment

| October 2008

This paper proposes a systematic, interdisciplinary framework for the integrated analysis of regulatory, legal, political, economic, and social factors that influence energy technology deployment decisions at the state level.


Challenges of Integrating the Advancement of Coal Gasification Technology and CO2 Capture Storage (CCS) Technology

| February 15, 2008

Invited Presentation in Symposium on "Coal Gasification: Myths, Challenges, and Opportunities" American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, February 15, 2008, Boston, MA.

Deploying Emerging Energy Technologies: An Interdisciplinary Framework

J Stump

Presentation - Energy Technology Innovation Policy Project, Belfer Center

Deploying Emerging Energy Technologies: An Interdisciplinary Framework

| February 15-19, 2007

The Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group (ETIP) seeks to combat global warming and climate change by promoting strategies for efficient energy technologies in China, India, and the United States, such as advanced coal technologies, carbon capture and storage (CCS), and advanced vehicle technologies.

Journal Article - Proceedings of the 5th Annual Conference on Carbon Capture and Sequestration, May 8-11, 2006, Alexandria, Virginia

The Role of Environmental Advocacy Groups in the Advancement of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

| April 2006

As the idea of carbon capture and storage (CCS) has evolved in the past fifteen years from a relatively obscure concept to an increasingly recognized potential approach that could be an important contributor to stabilizing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations, environmental advocacy groups have had limited, but growing, involvement and engagement in the advancement of CCS technologies and public discussions related to carbon storage.

Discussion Paper - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS): Exploring the Research, Development, Demonstration, and Deployment Continuum

| August 2005

The adoption of carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technologies is increasingly considered a potentially significant contributor to the energy infrastructure changes required to stabilize atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations for the mitigation of climate change.