Aker Carbon Capture wins feasibility study for German biomass CHP plant

Aker Carbon Capture has received a contract for a feasibility study to implement carbon capture technology into a biomass combined heat and power (CHP) facility in Germany. The proposed carbon capture capacity is set at 250,000 tons of CO2 per year. Aker Carbon Capture intends to deploy its standardised modular solution, Just Catch, for this […]

BASF achieves commercial-scale production of MOFs for carbon capture

BASF has become the first company to successfully produce metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) on a commercial scale, with an annual production capacity of several hundred tons. MOFs are highly crystalline structures with nanometre-sized pores and a large surface area. These properties make them ideal for carbon dioxide (CO2) storage, air dehumidification for climate control, and greenhouse […]