Waste heat found useful for capturing power plant CO2

03/31/2013 | Green Building Elements

Waste heat in the form of steam that is too low grade for energy production can be used to capture carbon dioxide from coal-fired power plants, according to researchers at Rice University. The discovery could reduce the power requirement for two-phase amine removal of CO2, which now can require as much as a quarter of a plant's power output.

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