sCO2-Flex project now on video

New sCO2-flex video highlights the potential of conventional power plants to contribute towards Europe’s Energy Transition The EU has set itself a long-term goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80-95%, when compared to 1990 levels, by 2050. The EU 2050 Energy Strategy includes therefore new challenges and opportunities. Renewable energy (such as wind and solar) …

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sCO2flex consortium met in Prague to see sCO2 research progress at Řež Research Centre

Consortium partners of the EU funded project sco2-flex met at the Řež Research Centre in #Prague  on the 18th and 19th of September to advance knowledge on sCO2 and materials necessary to meet EU objectives for highly flexible and efficient conventional power plants, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions, residue disposal and water consumption. During the meeting the …

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The 2nd European sCO2 Conference, Essen, Germany

The 2nd European sCO2 Conference was held at the Gesellschaft für Simulatorschulung  mbH (GfS) and Kraftwerksschule eV (KWS) in Essen, Germany, on 30th-31st August 2018. It has been planned as a meaningful and long-term extension of the 1st European Seminar on Supercritical CO2 (sCO2) Power Systems which was held in Vienna in 2016. Thus, the conference was dedicated as the final conference …

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Fostering sCO2 knowledge-sharing across continents

A Chinese delegation from the Chinese Academy of Sciences learns about sCO2-flex at the Institute of Nuclear Technology and Energy (IKE) of the University of Stuttgart.   On Friday 13 July 2018, sCO2-flex partners at the University of Stuttgart – IKE received a delegation from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) to visit their SCARLETT …

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sCO2-Flex in Modern Power Systems Magazine

A new article featuring sCO2-FLEX – an EU funded project that brings together key academic and industrial stakeholders to demonstrate how supercritical CO2 could contribute to Europe’s climate change and energy transition goals; has been recently published in Modern Power Systems  :  an international monthly magazine that provides in-depth independent coverage of power plant and …

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sCO2-Flex at U.S. sCO2 Symposium – March 2018

The 6th International Symposium has been held in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) in March 27th-29th 2018.  The first edition of the meeting was held in 2007 by U.S. industrial/academic partners and government agencies in order further develop the supercritical CO2 (sCO2) Brayton cycle for power generation.   Over the years, more and more participants (worldwide) are attending …

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