- FEED Study for a CCS plant capable of capturing up to 95% of CO2 emissions from coal fired power stations
- Project aimed at pre-combustion
- Involves CO2 removal by physical seperation
ETI have invested £3.5m to date in a project with Costain to design a carbon capture pilot plant capable of capturing up to 95% of CO2 emissions from coal fired power stations.
The project is aimed at pre-combustion carbon capture applications, involving CO2 removal by physical separation.
Costain has produced a front end engineering design study for a demonstration unit, working with the University of Edinburgh and Imperial College, London.