Workshop: Biomass combustion and CCUS – recording and slides available now
Workshop: Biomass combustion and CCUS on 21st September 2023
Bioenergy combined with carbon capture and utilisation or storage, also known as BECCUS is a concept that has been discussed in climate change mitigation research for quite some time. During the last five years the implementation has become the subject of serious consideration within governments and private actors.
As a part of the BECCUS 2.0 project conducted by several tasks in IEA Bioenergy, Task 32 organised a workshop on 21st September 2023 aiming at describing consequences of installing carbon capture technology at biomass and waste combustion units.
The workshop was targeted for plant operators and highlighted experiences with the development of concrete European projects as well as results of project activities of the BECCUS 2.0 project. Results of the modelling case of installation of a full-scale CC facility at an existing large biomass CHP plant and a study of BECCUS options at smaller scale biomass combustion units were highlighted.
projects as well as results of project activities of the BECCUS 2.0 project. Results of the modelling case of installation of a full-scale CC facility at an existing large biomass CHP plant and a study of BECCUS options at smaller scale biomass combustion units were highlighted.
- Welcome and introduction by Morten Tony Hansen
- Description of the BECCUS 1.0 and 2.0 projects by Christian Bang
- Carbon Capture Demonstration plant at ARC by Jannik Kappel
- CCS at small scale WtE plant by Morten Pipper
- CCS at the Klemetsrud WtE plant by Michael Becidan
- Modelling full-scale implementation of CCUS at large wood chip fuelled CHP plant in Denmark by Jesper Werling
- Experiences with preparation of full-scale CCS by Fabian Levihn
- Overview of Carbon Capture Technologies for Small Scale Biomass Combustion Facilities and a Canadian Case Study by Sebnem Madrali
- CC at Amager CHP plant by Anders Evald