If everything goes according to plan, a consortium consisting of Danish waste incinerator operator ARC, the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and engineering consultancy Rambøll will be able to break ground at the planned pilot system for carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) at Copenhagen's waste incinerator, Amager Bakke.
Initially, the CCS group, backed by funding from the country's Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program (EUDP), will get a grip on the demo system's conceptual design, which is meant to utilize the set-up's thermal surplus for district heating.
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