Édition Clean Technology

Capture de carbone, sécurité énergétique, Royaume Uni

RWE announces carbon capture projects to decarbonize energy in the UK

RWE, the UK’s leading electricity producer, is firmly committed to the decarbonization of energy by developing RWE’s ambitious carbon capture projects, aimed at reducing CO2 emissions, ensuring energy security and supporting the transition to cleaner energy. These initiatives demonstrate RWE’s commitment to a sustainable energy future.

Air Products Announces Two New Global Carbon Monoxide Projects

Air Products, the world’s leading industrial gases company, is investing in the construction of two new carbon monoxide (CO) production plants in Texas, with a combined capacity of more than 70 million standard cubic feet per day. These facilities will strengthen the world’s largest CO pipeline system.

France usine de batteries électriques

France: a 4th electric battery plant under study

A fourth electric battery factory is planned in Dunkirk, France. The solid state batteries from this plant will provide longer range, increased safety, fewer fires and faster charge times than current lithium-ion batteries.

Shell projet NEP projet Acorn CCS

Shell withdraws from CIP project for Acorn CCS project

Shell is exiting the Northern Endurance Partnership (NEP) to focus on the Acorn CCS project in Scotland. BP and Equinor are the main partners in NEP, which aims to store up to 20 million tons of CO2 per year.

Baker Hughes and HIF Global Partner to Capture CO2

HIF Global partners with Baker Hughes to test Mosaic DAC technology and accelerate deployment of direct air capture. This collaboration will produce carbon-neutral eFuels from green hydrogen and recycled CO2.

First CO2 Capture site is set up in the North Sea

Denmark inaugurated on Wednesday an ambitious project to store CO2 under the North Sea to fight climate change. Although deemed necessary to limit CO2 in the atmosphere, this technology is costly and carries risks. Deciphering the “Greensand” project and its stakes.