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Post-combustion: solid adsorption (biomass with CCUS)


Technology Description

In solid adsorption, the carbon dioxide is separated from the combustion flue gas by using a solid sorbent (e.g. zeolites, metal organic framework). Compared to amine-based chemical absorption, solid adsorbents can have lower regeneration energy and greater adsorption selectivity.

Relevance for Net Zero

Solid adsorption can be a lower cost alternative to chemical absorption and avoid potential environmental impact related to amine degradation.

Key Countries

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