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Greenhouse Gases

DOE boosts CO2 capture R&D at small firms

by Melody M. Bomgardner
March 9, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 10

The US Department of Energy will provide $3 million each for projects at four firms as part of an overall $24 million program for carbon-capture R&D. Electricore will develop a technology that pairs an adsorbent with a thermal conductive matrix. InnoSepra wants to use physical sorbents featuring low heats of sorption. Ion Engineering will bench-scale test a novel solvent. And TDA Research will test a high-capacity sorbent used with a vacuum pump to capture CO2 from flue gas.

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