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Capsol Technologies and GE Vernova ink partnership deal

Capsol Technologies and GE Vernova ink partnership deal
Capsol's patented CapsolGT carbon capture technology seamlessly integrates with simple cycle gas turbines capturing carbon dioxide from low-concentration exhaust gases, eliminating reliance on external steam supply, while generating surplus electricity (graphic courtesy CapsolGT).

Norway-headed carbon capture technology provider Capsol Technologies AS and GE Vernova’s Gas Power business aim to offer lower-carbon gas power by deploying GE’s aeroderivative gas turbines in combination with Capsol's proprietary "CapsolGT" carbon capture technology. A first project specific three-party collaboration agreement with Marine Low Carbon Power Co. Ltd (MLCP) has been signed for UK gas-to-wire projects.

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Designed for simple cycle gas turbines, Capsol’s CapsolGT technology not only
captures over 95 percent of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of the exhaust gas but also generates additional electricity.

We are actively working with customers to introduce breakthrough technologies for a lower carbon future. Gas turbines have a pathway to decarbonization through
post-combustion with carbon capture and sequestration and this collaboration represents another key milestone in GE Vernova’s efforts to provide power plant operators with the most advanced technologies, said Aman Joshi, General Manager at GE Vernova’s Aeroderivative Business.

CapsolGT holds great potential to reduce CAPEX and OPEX when capturing 95 percent or more of the carbon dioxide from the lower CO2-concentrated flue gas of a simple cycle gas turbine.

It operates efficiently on electricity alone, generating the necessary heat for the capture process internally.

The lower-energy penalty, the use of a lower-cost and benign hot potassium carbonate (HPC) solvent, and the simple yet efficiency-enhancing plant setup make it a promising technology.

Natural gas is expected to be the longest-lasting hydrocarbon-based energy production. By introducing CapsolGT we are expanding our value proposition for
the world’s largest emitters. The collaboration agreement represents another milestone towards the commercialization of the CapsolGT technology and is in line with our strategy to scale by partnerships. With this project we add significant value for low-carbon power producers, helping them to reduce costs and improve efficiency of their future gas power plants. We believe this can solve a major challenge for the oil and gas industry, said Jan Kielland, CEO of Capsol Technologies.

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