CARBON CAPTURE FROM FLUE GASES
With the modular and compact carbon capture technology of Bright, CO2 from combustion flue gas are captured and converted into liquid or gaseous CO2. This allows thermal energy plants to reduce CO2 emissions resulting in carbon neutral or carbon negative energy production.
Bright Carbon Capture technology is characterized by its modular approach that allows us to provide a cost effective solution, while remaining flexible to project specific conditions. The modular and compact containerized carbon capture units are available in the range of 800 – 8,000 kg/hour (2-20 MWt boiler installations) and can either deliver the CO2 in a gaseous form, or be combined with an in-house developed CO2 liquefaction system to provide liquid CO2.
Why carbon capture technology?
Carbon capture technology (also known as CO2 capture technology) is the perfect solution when it comes to providing circularity, fulfilling sustainability ambitions, creating additional income, and producing a sustainable product that is a necessity in many industries, such as greenhouse agriculture, the food industry and as a product of waste-to-energy or biomass-to-energy plants.
Enterprising horticulturists who want to meet their heat requirements in a sustainable way can use this way of capturing the carbon of the flue gas which allows to provide in a sustainable source for CO2 supply to the greenhouses to grow crops. For greenhouse growers with their own biomass-fired boiler plant, the addition of carbon capture technology means a full circular cycle. Captured carbon is an additional income, especially in the months when heat demand is low, and the local production of CO2 reduces transport distances and thus the cost of the CO2.