—Coast To Coast: DOE makes investments to speed up CO2 capture technologies “” NOTE: Investment amounts are approximate. SOURCE: DOE Postcombustion CO2 capture technologies 2 Akermin St. Louis Novel flow sheet for low-energy CO2 capture enabled by biocatalyst delivery system $3 million 4 American Air Liquide Newark, Del. CO2 capture by cold membrane operation with actual power plant flue gas $4 million 5 Aspen Aerogels Northborough, Mass. Bench-scale development & testing of aerogel sorbents for CO2 capture $3 million 6 Gas Technology Institute Des Plaines, Ill. Pilot test of a nanoporous, superhydrophobic membrane contactor process for postcombustion CO2 capture $10 million 7 GE Global Research Niskayuna, N.Y. Pilot-scale silicone process for low-cost CO2 capture $4.5 million 7 GE Global Research Niskayuna, N.Y. Bench-scale process for low-cost CO2 capture using a phase-changing absorbent $2.4 million 8 Ion Engineering Boulder, Colo. Advanced solvent CO2 capture project $15 million 9 Membrane Technology & Research Newark, Calif.
by Jeff Johnson |
November 25, 2013