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CARBON CAPTURE and STORAGE (CCS): its real option value and potential role in the future electricity system

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The Cambridge University Energy Network is proud to invite you all to our second seminar of this academic year! Dr. Chi Kong Chyong, Research Associate at the Judge Business School and Director of the Energy Policy Forum at the University of Cambridge will give a talk on carbon capture and storage (CCS), its real option value and hence potential role in the future electricity system.

“Real options analysis was applied to evaluate the investment in a carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology for a CCGT plant in the UK market and regulatory context. Compared to a traditional valuation analysis (e.g. DCF ), the real options approach shows that investment in CCS has a great upside potential, given market and regulatory uncertainties in the UK electricity sector.”

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This talk is part of the The Cambridge University Energy Network (CUEN) series.

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