Reatbanana3 karma2021-09-07 19:17:32 UTC
that isn’t necessarily true for pre-combustion CO2 capture. one technology that comes to mind is the sorption enhanced water gas shift (SEWGS). it gives the ability to produce hydrogen for fuel through water gas shift and capture the CO2 under one single unit. by capturing the CO2, the reaction is able to produce more hydrogen and even reaching CO conversions of 99.5%.
this CCS technology can be used extensively in biohydrogen plants where household waste is produced into syngas, whilst making the process energy positive and feasible. so i dont think CCS is that bad of a technology if applied right. u/smokeeaterfd
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