Programme Director: Marcos Silveira Buckeridge – Resume
Deputy: Hamilton Brandão Varela de Albuquerque – Resume

BECCS is the acronym for Bioenergy Energy with Carbon Capture and Storage.

It is a technology or a set of technologies that associate biomass energy jobs with carbon capture and storage, a process always carried out on a large scale. With this, it is possible to sequester the carbon present in the atmosphere.

The program aims to contribute to building a positive public perception of BECCS and influencing the design of public sustainability policies for the Brazilian energy system.

CONNECTION WITH SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS):

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