The last workshop will try to summarize the results from the variety of CCS projects funded within the ERA-Net and review the cooperation activities between the researchers from the participating countries. The workshop will also aim to review remaining knowledge gaps and discuss potential follow up activities.
"The ACT Website will be a dynamic communication and dissemination platform for the ACT project itself and for the projects financially supported through the ACT initiative. The website will be structured to meet internal and external communication needs. There will be a password protected area, allowing Consortium members to keep track of the progress of ACT, share confidential documents, and manage aspects of the project and joint calls, and a public area with unrestricted access as a key tool for dissemination to potential users of the results and technologies addressed in the granted projects. The website will contain a database with results from ACT funded projects. The target group includes politicians, regulatory authorities and the general public. The data base will be run under the scope of ""open access"". In order to increase the visibility of the ACT Website, and to avoid duplication of information, the ACT Website itself and parts of its contents will be referenced in other existing websites. "
Searching for OpenAIRE data...