The patented Advanced Cryogenic Carbon Capture (A3C) process separates CO2 as a frost, enabling the CO2 to be separated in a simpler, more economical way than competing technologies, whilst avoiding the use of hazardous chemicals. It minimises energy consumption by being highly regenerative and makes use of intensive heat and mass transfer. With claimed life cost reductions of CO2 capture of up to 70% compared with the conventional amine process and its compact design the process has the potential to displace conventional processes in many applications and open opportunities for new applications in industrial and transport emission reduction.
Paul Wilson, PMW Technology
Paul will describe a disruptive low cost CO2 capture process being developed by his company, PMW Technology, at the Thornton Science Park in collaboration with the Universities of Chester and Sheffield and industrial partners.
17:00 arrival for 17:15 start.
Tea, coffee and sandwiches will be provided.
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