Infrastructure on CCUS



Air pollution. Photo: Pexels

ECCSEL ERIC is the European Research Infrastructure Consortium for CCUS. With the statutory seat at NTNU, ECCSEL manage a consortium of currently five European member countries. ECCSEL offers access to over 80 state-of-the-art research facilities for CCUS research in France, Italy, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and Norway. Across the consortium ECCSEL contribute to a common CCUS research infrastructure and a strengthened European Research Area.

Turbulent Combustion Lab

Turbulent Combustion Lab

Experimental measurements in reacting flows. Photo: Sam Wiseman.

The turbulent combustion laboratory is a state-of-the-art research facility dedicated to improving our fundamental understanding of fluid mechanics and combustion phenomena.