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Low-Carbon Footprint Hydrogen Production from Natural Gas: a Techno-Economic Analysis of Carbon Capture and Storage from Steam-Methane Reforming
Enabling cost-efficient low-carbon footprint hydrogen production is key to achieve the ambition of the Paris Agreement. This study aims to understand the techno-economic performances of hydrogen production from natural gas without and with carbon capture and storage. A hydrogen plant, based on ste...
CO2 capture from waste-to-energy plants: Techno-economic assessment of novel integration concepts of calcium looping technology
In Waste-to-Energy (WtE) plants, municipal solid waste (MSW) is combusted while power and/or heat are produced. This approach will largely remain as a promising option to handle the MSW capacities in the future. Due to the organic waste fractions present in MSW, net negative CO2 emissions are feasib...
Uncertainty analysis in the techno-economic assessment of CO2 capture and storage technologies. Critical review and guidelines for use
Uncertainty analysis is a key element of sound techno-economic analysis (TEA) of CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies and systems, and in the communication of TEA results. Many CCS technologies are relatively novel, with only few large-scale projects constructed and in operation to date. There...
Techno-economic Assessment of Optimised Vacuum Swing Adsorption for Post-Combustion CO2 capture from Steam-Methane Reformer Flue Gas
Impact of uncertainties on the design and cost of CCS from a waste-to-energy plant
Large-scale production and transport of hydrogen from Norway to Europe and Japan: Value chain analysis and comparison of liquid hydrogen and ammonia as energy carriers
Low-carbon hydrogen is considered as one of the key measures to decarbonise continental Europe and Japan. Northern Norway has abundant renewable energy and natural gas resources which can be converted to low-carbon hydrogen. However, Norway is located relatively far away from these markets and findi...
Profiting from CCS innovations: A study to measure potential value creation from CCS research and development
Globally, large private and public funds are invested into CO2 capture and storage (CCS) research to provide the knowledge and technology required to mitigate CO2 emissions below a sustainable level. A pertinent question to ask is whether this is the best way of spending limited resources. This pape...