CO2 Capsol Seeing Increasing Interest for Its Carbon Capture Technology

By Dominic Chopping

CO2 Capsol AS said Tuesday that it is experiencing increasing interest for its carbon capture technology Capsol EoP and its mobile containerized carbon capture demonstration unit CapsolGo.

The Norwegian carbon-capture, utilization and storage company uses technology based on Hot Potassium Carbonate (HPC), a solvent that absorbs carbon dioxide from gas.

It has developed Capsol EoP (End of Pipe) – a standalone, retrofit carbon capture unit with an energy recirculation process, and CapsolGo – a carbon capture test unit that allows industrial emitters to test CO2 Capsol’s HPC technology.

“We see strong demand for our HPC technology and the demonstration unit,” CO2 Capsol Chief Executive Jan Kielland said.

“Therefore, we have placed an order for the second CapsolGo unit…offering additional demonstration capacities to the market in the fourth quarter of 2022,” he said.

The first CapsolGo mobile carbon capture demonstration unit is under construction and will be installed at Oresundskraft AB’s EfW (Energy-from-Waste) plant Filbornaverket with the operational start in September.

Write to Dominic Chopping at dominic.chopping@wsj.com



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