EPRI collaborates with Air Products


Air Products and the ElectricPower Research Institute (EPRI) have announced the signing of an agreement which will help advance Air Products’ ongoing ion transport membrane (ITM) project with the US Department of Energy.

The agreement will support Air Products’ ITM development for use in integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC), oxyfuel combustion, and other advanced power generation systems.

The company has an ongoing ITM project with the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop this new oxygen production technology, which could significantly increase the efficiency and reduce the costs of advanced coal-fired power plants, both with and without carbon dioxide capture and storage systems.

EPRI’s global collaborative efforts will focus on power industry-relevant design cases and features, and specific tests to help advance the overall ITM programme toward successful deployment in the power industry.

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