Our Researchers and Developers Share their CLC Design Journey in Two Webinars

The CHEERS CLC project is pleased to invite you to two webinars:

1) Wednesday January 12, 2022, 09:30-10:45 CET

2) Wednesday January 26, 2022, 09:30-10:45 CET

You can register here.

The two webinars will highlight respectively

1) the FEED study of its 3MWth demonstration facility, including key work on one of its unique operational features, and

2) development and testing of the oxygen carriers that functions as the ‘blood’ of the energy conversion. As a bonus, in the first webinar, CHEERS will share its results on the wider commercialization potential of full-scale Chemical Looping Combustion (CLC) facilities.

The ambition of the CHEERS project is to achieve quantum improvement in CO2 capture in industry to provide sustainable, secure, and affordable energy. This will be achieved by testing and verifying a 2nd generation CLC technology, first at laboratory and pilot scale and then in a 3MWth demonstration facility that is designed and constructed within the CHEERS project.

The detailed programmes for each webinar are shown below.

1) January 12, 2022 9:30-10:45 (Central European Time):

CLC development: FEED of 3 MWth demonstration plant and industrialization studies 

This activity has been led by TotalEnergies, in close collaboration with IFPEN, Tsinghua University and Dongfang Boiler Company.

  • Introduction & Presentation of the CHEERS Project
  • FEED achievements for the 3MWth demonstration facility
  • Industrialization of CLC: case studies
  • Conclusions & perspectives
  • Q&A

2) January 26, 2022 9:30-10:45 (Central European Time):

CLC development: Oxygen carriers for the 3MWth demonstration plant and future development

This activity has been led by SINTEF, in close collaboration with IFPEN and Tsinghua University.

  • Introduction to the CHEERS project and the oxygen carrier work
  • Pre-screening of important parameters for Oxygen Carrier under CLC conditions
  • Multiscale screening and selection of Oxygen Carriers for the demo CLC facility
  • Oxygen carrier testing in a 150 kW CLC unit with solid fuels
  • Upscaling the production and fluidised bed testing of a perovskite oxygen carrier
  • Conclusions & perspectives
  • Q&A

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