Título Negative emissions power plant based on flexible calcium-looping process integrated with renewables and methane production
Autores ORTIZ DOMÍNGUEZ, CARLOS, GARCÍA LUNA, SEBASTIAN, Carro A. , Chacartegui R. , Pérez-Maqueda L.
Publicación externa No
Medio RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS
Alcance Article
Naturaleza Científica
Cuartil JCR 1
Cuartil SJR 1
Fecha de publicacion 01/10/2023
ISI 1066169600001
DOI 10.1016/j.rser.2023.113614
Abstract This paper provides a review of negative carbon capture technologies. Based on these technologies, here it is proposed an innovative negative emissions power plant combining the generation and storage of energy from biomass, photovoltaic, and concentrated solar power, capturing and recovering CO2 by producing H2 or CH4 as green energy carriers. The main features of the system are i) large-scale energy production system with negative CO2 emissions; ii) 100% renewable system based on biomass and solar energy with the possibility of integrating other renewables; iii) synergistic integration of processes and systems; iv) recovery of O2 generated by photovoltaic-driven electrolysis within the process of partial biomass oxycombustion and v) solar-driven limestone calcination. A detailed model of the entire plant is developed to evaluate the integration of the process. The model performance is assessed on an hourly basis throughout the whole year. The base case results show an energy consumption from 1 to 2.1 MJ/kg CO2 to capture 60–77% of CO2 emitted from the biomass plant and green methane production of more than 7500 tons/year. The negative emissions associated with the process are -612 kg CO2/MWh. It justifies the interest in the proposed negative emissions power plant. © 2023 Elsevier Ltd
Palabras clave Biomass; Calcium; Energy utilization; Hydrogen storage; Lime; Methane; Solar energy; Solar power generation; Calcium looping; CO2 capture; Concentrated solar power; Emission power; Energy from biomass
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