Technical university commissions CCS plant

CCS is high on Denmark's political agenda, and now the country sees an actual system enter operation. Over the year, it will be used for biogas production, waste incineration and probably cement production, too.

Photo: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, DTU

Taking into account that carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) will be the most important way of reducing carbon emissions by 70 percent, as per Denmark's national climate policy of the summer 2020, the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has now taken a crucial first step.

The university confirms that it has coupled a mobile demonstration carbon-capture plant to a functioning biogas facility, Mølleåværket in Lyngby outside Copenhagen.

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