capture

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Reducing CO 2 emissions to reduce global climate change is one of the greatest technological challenges facing humanity. The objective of this research project is to investigate the feasibility of using highly CO 2 permeable membranes for carbon capture in order to help achieve the aspirations of the Paris Agreement...
Advanced technology to reduce cost and capture penalty for retrofit and new-build gas-fired power stations. Stage 1: design study (August 2012 – January 2014) £0.8M; Stage 2: c5 MW pilot (2014 – 2017) £10M) Project to accelerate the development of advanced carbon capture technologies for gas-fired power stations Contribution of...
​ROLINCAP will search, identify and test novel phase-change solvents, including aqueous and non-aqueous options, as well as phase-change packed bed and Rotating Packed Bed processes for post-combustion CO 2 capture. These are high-potential technologies, still in their infancy, with initial evidence pointing to regeneration energy requirements below 2.0 GJ/ton CO...
​Global warming resulting from the emission of greenhouse gases has received widespread attention with international action from governments and industries, including a number of collaborative programs, such as SET-Plan, and very recently the International Climate Change hold 2015 in Paris. Key European Commission roadmaps towards 2030 and 2050 have identified...
​The FReSMe project, From Residual Steel gases to Methanol, will produce a methanol that will be demonstrated in ship transportation. This green fuel will be produced from CO 2 , recovered from an industrial Blast Furnace, and H 2 recovered both from the blast furnace gas itself, as well as...
​Membrane separation processes can be applied to many capture processes from Pre-Combustion ( CO 2 -H 2 / CO 2 -CH4 separation) to Post-Combustion (CO 2 -N 2 ) and Oxyfuel (O 2 -N 2 ) and are generally endowed with high flexibility and potentially low operative costs with respect...
​ ETI will invest £650,000 in the nine month project The project will develop an outline scheme and ‘template’ gas power plant design, identify potential sites and build a credible cost base for such a scheme AECOM and the University of Sheffield will also work on the project The ETI...
This project is aiming at the scaling-up of one of the most promising concepts for CO2 capture from coal power plants: postcombustion carbonate looping systems. This project focuses on the experimental pilot testing and scaling up of the process at scales in the 1 MW range. The 1 Mw carbonate...
CEMCAP will demonstrate CO 2 capture technologies for the cement industry in an industrially relevant environment (TRL 6). Existing pilot-scale test rigs, adapted to replicate realistic cement plant operating conditions, will mainly be employed, and in addition a dedicated clinker cooler for oxyfuel cement plants will be designed and built...

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