CCapGT 

Carbon Capture Gas Turbine 

 

Generate additional electricity while capturing 95%+ CO2 from exhaust gases of open cycle gas turbines

 
Replace the traditional steam cycle. Reduce complexity. Capture carbon dioxide!
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Advantages

Advantages of CCapGT™

Solution for open cycle gas turbines 4 MWe - 100+ MWe

95%+ capture rate


Utilising Hot Potassium Carbonate (HPC)

More than 95% capture rate

Replaces the steam cycle


Reduces complexity

Reduces weight

Flexible configuration


Combining two or more power trains into
one capture system

Minimising CAPEX and plot space

Negative OPEX


Carbon capture as a revenue source

Generates additional electricity

Our CCapGT™ Technology 

HPC - proven CO2 capture process

 

Proven technology in more than 700 plants globally

Applied for CO2 or H2S removal in natural gas plants, vinyl acetate monomer (VAM) plants, Ethylenne Oxide (EO) plants, methanol synthesis plants, fossil fuel power generation, incineration plants, pulp mills and fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) gas. 

 

Long history dating back to the 1950s 

Originally developed for CO2 removal from coal gasification, licensed as the Benfield process

 

Energy intensive process solved with patented solution 

Patented process for heat recuperation, steam generation, and utilisation of turbo expander package, offers low carbon capture costs 

 

Team with strong HPC experience

CO2 Capsol is building a center of excellence for clients around the globe

HPC - Hot Potassium Carbonate

 
A safe, environmentally friendly, and readily available solvent for carbon capture

Thoroughly documented


HPC (Hot Potassium Carbonate) is a thoroughly documented solvent for carbon capture, which is used in more than 700 plants globally.

Potassium bicarbonate is commonly used as an additive in the food industry and more often known as baking powder

Environmentally friendly


HPC is a safe (non-toxic, non-flammable) and environmentally friendly solvent, reducing health and safety risks for your employees.

The captured CO2 and the emitted flue gas are totally free of any degraded and potentially carcinogenic substances. 

Cost Advantage


Potassium Carbonate is significantly less expensive than for example amines.

Potassium carbonate is a non-proprietary, readily available, solvent for carbon capture which decreases the risk of HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) related financial impact.

Accelerate the world’s transition to a carbon negative future

 

with CCapGT™

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