Australian research organisation CSIRO and its Chinese partners have launched a pilot coal-fired power plant in
The group claims its post-combustion capture (PCC) pilot plant is the first of its kind in
In PCC, flue gases leaving a power station are cooled then fed into a CO2 absorber, where they pass through an absorbing solution that contains a chemical that captures CO2.
The post-combustion research pilot plant at the Huaneng Beijing Co-Generation Power Plant is designed to capture 3,000 tonnes per annum of carbon dioxide.
CSIRO’s partners in the