Next week’s DOE-NETL 2020 Virtual Integrated Project Review Meeting will feature the nation’s leading experts in the field of developing cost-effective carbon capture technologies for the fossil energy power-generation sector.
Subject matter experts from the U.S. Department of Energy, national labs, including NETL, academia and industry are scheduled to participate in this event to be held Monday, Oct. 5, Tuesday, Oct. 6, and Wednesday, Oct. 7. Click here to review the agenda and list of presentations. Registration is free. Complete the online registration form to participate in one, two or three days of the event.
NETL has led the implementation of a robust carbon capture R&D program to develop the next generation of advanced carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technologies. Current efforts cover not only improvements to state-of-the-art, first-generation technologies, but also the development of second-generation and transformational advanced CO2 capture technologies for the coal, natural gas and industrial sources, and negative emissions technologies such as direct air capture and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage.
The success of this research will enable cost-effective implementation of carbon capture technologies and ensures the United States will continue to have access to safe, reliable and affordable energy from fossil fuels while using coal and natural gas in an environmentally responsible manner.