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Can we capture CO₂ from waste-to-energy plants in a cost-effective way?

Chemical looping combustion (CLC) technology has the potential to capture CO2 as an inherent part of the combustion process.


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This makes it a potentially cost-effective way to reduce CO2 emissions from energy producers, like waste-to-energy (WtE) plants.

This webinar will discuss the potential of CLC as an emissions-reduction technology in the WtE sector, the challenges that remain, and what we can do to help overcome them.

This webinar is organised by the LOUISE project, which aims to reduce the cost of CO2 capture by demonstrating CLC as an innovative method for delivering power and heat from waste-derived fuels, and CO2 ready for storage or utilisation.  LOUISE is funded through the ACT program (Accelerating CCS Technologies, Horizon2020 Project No. 691712).



Each presentation includes time for questions and discussion.

13:00 Welcome, introduction to CLC technology and LOUISE
Jochen Ströhle, TU Darmstadt

13:10 The status of CCS and CCU in the European WtE sector
Fabio Poretti, CEWEP

13:35 The potential role of CLC in the WtE sector in comparison with existing technologies
Doosan Lentjes GmbH

14:00 CLC technology development in LOUISE
Øyvind Langørgen, SINTEF

14:25 How can we create relevant business cases with CLC?
Alexander May, Provadis Hochschule

14:50 Discussion

15:00 Close

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