NEWEST researchers interviewed in The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies podcast

Hasan Muslemani and Mathieu Lucquiaud speak with David Ledesma at The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) about their research on the NEWEST project. They discuss Europe’s current Waste-...
Figure 2. Illustrative description of Advanced heat integration of PCC with WtE-CHP plant

NEWEST-CCUS researchers explore potential to lift capture rates and generate heat for district heating

Dan Su discusses the team’s latest journal paper Results from modelling undertaken in NEWEST-CCUS show there is significant potential for heat recovery from the post-combustion CO2 capture (PCC...
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CEWEP highlights negative emissions potential for European waste to energy

Industry body sets out sector’s potentially significant contribution to achieving net zero and the steps needed from policymakers Carbon capture and storage could help Europe’s waste-to-energy (...

Momentum builds for CCUS in energy-from-waste sector across Europe

EU’s important Innovation Fund backs the sector with support for Sweden’s HySkies project  The financing of a waste-to-energy with carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in the latest round of...

Oslo’s Klemetsrud project secures financing in significant boost for waste-to-energy and CCS

Plans for the world’s first full-scale commercial carbon capture and storage (CCS) operation at a waste-to-energy plant are back on track following a full financing agreement and new shareholders...