The University of Calgary's Institute for Sustainable Energy, Environment and Economy (ISEEE), will continue to develop its research on carbon capture and storage after receiving $5 million from the federal budget. As part of the development program, a new CCS research group will be formed to discuss ways to remove the most significant obstacles in the regulatory, technical and economical areas of CCS to increase the chances of a deployment of commercial scale CCS technology. David Keith, the U of C's Canada Research Chair in Energy and the Environment, said, "CCS is a key to allowing Alberta to make deep emissions cuts at reasonable costs. After years of talk and analysis, we need to get full-scale plants in operation so we can build Canadian expertise with this technology."