The largest carbon capture pilot plant in the UK was launched this week at the Ferrybridge power station in Yorkshire. Known as the CCPilot 100+, the unit captures 100 tonnes of carbon dioxide per day, the equivalent of 5 megawatts of coal-fired power generation.
On November 7th 2011, Prof. Yongping Yang, Vice President of North China Electric Power University (NCEPU) met with Prof. Stefano Brandani and three other guests from The University of Edinburgh (UoE). Prof.
This summer the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh has hosted a number of trainees from various universities across Europe. During the two to three month placements, the trainees have received practical training in the area of carbon capture.
Development of the next generation of carbon capture technologies, seen as crucial to helping the UK meet its 2050 climate change targets, is to receive a major boost from the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), which launched its latest project today.