Acorn Infrastructure Project Recognised as European Project of Common Interest

Pale Blue Dot Energy, the project developers behind the Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project, have welcomed the recent inclusion of the Acorn infrastructure project, “CO2 Sapling” on the European Commission’s fourth list of Projects of Common Interest (PCI) for implementing cross-border energy infrastructure in the European Union.

Pale Blue Dot Energy Director, Steve Murphy said,

“We are delighted that the European Commission have again chosen to recognise the Acorn infrastructure project as a European Project of Common Interest. Acorn has held this PCI status since 2017 when the cross border CO2 networks category was first included in the PCI listings.

“Through this initiative, Acorn was the first CCS project to successfully bid for Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) funds, helping us progress our designs for the CO2 pipeline and shipping infrastructure to and from the Acorn hub at St Fergus and Peterhead in North East Scotland.

“This PCI Listing presents great opportunities for the wider Acorn project and the timely delivery of CCS in the UK and Europe.’

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Written by Pale Blue Dot Energy

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