The proposed project is a consortium of Norwegian and Swedish industry and academia to develop cost effective implementation of carbon capture and storage (CCS) on Swedish energy intensive industries in relation to other necessary changes to the energy system. The overall aim of the project is to decide on a cost effective capture ratio of a future CCS system considering an efficient use of the biomass resource. The project includes a study of cost effective CO2 capture from individual processes within industrial plants focusing on the steel, cement and pulp industry and an analysis of the development of the transport and storage infrastructure. Besides this the project will include a techno-economic analysis of the proposed technologies to decide on a cost effective use of CCS.
Docent at Energy and Environment, Energy Technology
Funding years 2015–2019
Chalmers Driving Force