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ICAP – Innovative CO2 capture

ICAP – Innovative CO2 capture

Published 01 January 2010

In post-combustion CO2 capture, a main bottleneck causing significant reduction in power plant efficiency and preventing cost effectiveness is the low flue gas CO2 partial pressure, limiting membrane flux, solvent selection and capacity. In pre-combustion CO2 capture, key bottlenecks are number of processing steps, possible low hydrogen pressure, and high hydrogen fraction in the fuel Global deployment of CO2 capture is restrained by a general need for prior removal of SO2. iCap seeks to remove these barriers by developing new technologies with potential for reducing the current energy penalty to 4-5% points in power plant efficiency, to combine SO2 and CO2 removal, and to reduce the avoidance cost to 15

Funded under 7th FWP (Seventh Framework Programme)

Hosting organisation:NORGES TEKNISK-NATURVITENSKAPELIGE UNIVERSITET NTNU

Project duration

01/01/2010 - 31/12/2013

Further information:
CORDIS, Project reference 241393