sCO2-Flex consortium meet in Milan to present latest progress

Consortium partners of the EU funded project sco2-flex met at the Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI) e on the 11th and 12th of June 2019 to discuss project progress.


An update to sco2flex’s 9 Work Packages was provided by the work package leaders. 


The project is currently on track to meet the challenge of developing and validating a scalable/modular design of a 25MWe Brayton cycle using supercritical CO2 that will enable an increase in the operational flexibility.


The June meeting signaled the half way point of the 36 month project. A follow up review meeting of the progress so far will be held at the end of September. 


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sCO2-Flex seeks 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.