UK firm Carbon8 to deploy carbon capture technology at Dutch energy plant
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A UK firm pioneering carbon capture storage and utilisation (CCUS) technology is set to deploy its equipment for the first time at a Dutch power plant that generates energy from waste, it announced this week.
Carbon8 Systems plans to run its first energy-from-waste (EfW) pilot project at a plant owned by Dutch firm AVR, the firm announced thon Wednesday. The technology - which involves a modular solution known as a 'COntainer' - is to be installed at AVR's plant in Duvien, 120km east of Rotterdam.
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