SINTEF to work with C-Capture on carbon capture research

SINTEF to work with C-Capture on carbon capture research
05 September 2019

C-Capture and SINTEF are set to team up in a new effort to find solutions to carbon capture. C-Capture wants to further develop its technology which uses new proprietary solvents to remove carbon dioxide from industrial processes, such as cement manufacture.

C-Capture will use the Tiller lab at SINTEF’s institute in Trondheim, Norway, over the next six months to make the removal of carbon dioxide significantly more economic from a range of large-scale processes, such as power generation from coal, gas and biomass, and the production of cement, steel and aluminium.

C-Capture's Caspar Schoolderman said: "We’re delighted to be working with SINTEF, a world-renowned facility, towards an independent validation of our technology."

Elsewhere, the company is currently working with Drax Group on a bio-energy, carbon capture and storage project at the Drax power station in northern England. The aim is to validate Drax’s technology and provide comparative analysis with alternative carbon-capture technologies, with work due to start this year.

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