Together with the British Imperial College, the British Geological Society, the Swiss Bonmont Energy and the Dutch New Energy Coalition, Circular Energy is planning to scout for future locations to realise clean-power-from-gas projects. The international consortium has applied for a European subsidy to screen the southern North Sea basin.
At this moment Circular Energy is actively developing the "Cranberry" pilot plant on the Dutch Continental Shelf. To ascertain a future of growth, we are actively looking for ways to apply the same model elsewhere. The recent application is under the ACT (Accelerate CCS Technology) program. This program supports initiatives to drive CCS-related projects within Europe to combat global warming. The clean gas-to-power installation of Circular Energy is designed to capture and store the CO₂ which is produced during power generation, making it climate neutral.