CO2 mitigation

Combining solar power with coal fired power plants, or cofiring natural gas, CCC/279

CCC/279 - ISBN: 92-9029-602-7

Operators of coal fired power plants seek ways to increase the efficiency and extend the working lives of their plants by improving the operational flexibility and reducing the environmental impact. Two possible options are e... More...

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Next-generation carbon capture technologies for coal, CCC/265

CCC/265 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-588-4

Established CO2 capture technologies such as absorption with amine solvents are associated with significant energetic and economic penalties, reducing power plant efficiency by around 10% points and increasing the cost of ele... More...

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Potential for enhanced coalbed methane recovery CCC/252

CCC/252 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-574-7

The recovery rate of methane is usually limited by the coal seam gas pressure and diffusion rate and, as a result, not all the available gas can be recovered. By injecting gas into the seam, further methane can be liberated. ... More...

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Microalgae removal of CO2 from flue gas, CCC/250

CCC/250 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-572-3

CO2 forms the largest component in coal combustion flue gas. With fossil fuels currently meeting over 80% of global energy demand and as much as 85 GW of additional capacity expected to be needed in Europe alone in the future... More...

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Climate implications of coal-to-gas substitution in power generation, CCC/248

CCC/248 - ISBN: 978-92-9029-570-9

Coal is the most widely used primary energy source in power generation, with 36% share in 2014 of globally generated electricity. There is currently a trend of substituting coal with natural gas in some parts of the world. Na... More...

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