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Title: A Benefits Analysis of the Existing Plants Emissions and Capture (EPEC) Program
Publication Number: DOE/NETL-2012/1570
Publication Date: 06/2012
Publication Type: Report/Publication
Contact: Charles Zelek
Program/Technology: Carbon Sequestration
Infrastructure
Author: Charles A. Zelek (NETL)
L. A. Goudarzi (OnLocation, Inc.)
K. M. Callahan (OnLocation, Inc.)
Randall Jackson (WVU)
Sergio Rey (Arizona State University)
Synopsis: This paper presents an analysis of the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) Existing Plants, Emissions, and Capture (EPEC) program. The overall goal of NETL’s EPEC program is to develop carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies that limit the increase in the cost of electricity generation to 35 percent of that generated by an equivalent greenfield plant without CCUS. The analysis was made using NETL’s Carbon Transport and Storage (CTS) model integrated into the Energy Information Administration (EIA) National Energy Modeling Software (NEMS).
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