Capsol Technologies (Capsol) will incorporate its carbon capture technology at a cement plant based in Latvia with an aim to capture 750,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year.
Announced today (11th Jan), Norway-based Capsol was awarded a feasibility study for the CapsolEoP (end-of-pipe) technology at SCHWENK’s Building Material Group’s Broceni cement plant.
SCHWENK Latvija is part of the CCS Baltic Consortium which was included in the provisional 6th list of Projects of Common Interest by the European Commission in November 2023.
The project aims to transport captured carbon dioxide (CO2) from Lithuania and Latvia to permanent storage sites, potentially in the North Sea.
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