US-based technologies solutions company Honeywell has announced a collaboration with SK E&S – an affiliate of Korean conglomerate SK Group – to deploy Honeywell carbon capture technology to help drive the energy transition in Korea and other parts of Southeast Asia.
To showcase the role that carbon capture can play in decarbonising hard-to-abate industries, the partners will deploy Honeywell UOP’s Advanced Solvent Carbon Capture (ASCC) system at a SK E&S natural gas power plant.
Capable of being retrofitted within existing plants or included as part of a new installation, the carbon capture solution is designed for post-combustion flue gas applications and enables greater than 95% carbon dioxide (CO2) capture, according to Honeywell.
“Working with SK E&S will demonstrate Honeywell’s ready now ASCC technology to help decarbonise fossil-fuel power generation, which is an essential component of the overall energy transition,” said Barry Glickman, Vice President and General Manager at Honeywell Sustainable Technology Solutions.
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