Work to develop clean fossil fuels is vital for the UK to ensure that its energy supply is affordable and secure as the country tries to minimize climate change. Scientists and engineers at Imperial are developing a diverse range of approaches and technologies that will be needed to minimise emissions of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, from the use of fossil fuels over the coming few decades.

Here we have gathered together case studies of the work being done at Imperial College London under Energy Futures Lab's Clean Fossil Fuels research theme.

Imperial College London's CCS Pilot Plant Making carbon capture work
Researchers are investigating how fossil fuels could be used to plug gaps in 2030’s renewable led energy market while minimising carbon emissions.
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