ConsenCUS inaugurates electrochemical CO2 capture plant


Denmark – The international innovation and demonstration project ConsenCUS has successfully commissioned its electrochemical CO2 capture and conversion demonstration plant for cement production in Aalborg, Denmark.

The ConsenCUS project utilizes a novel electrochemical CO2 capture process that employs electricity to separate CO2 from flue gases. This technology offers several advantages over conventional CO2 capture methods, including lower energy consumption and reduced environmental impact.

ConsenCUS deployment

The successful deployment of ConsenCUS technology has the potential to revolutionize the cement industry by enabling significant CO2 emission reductions. This could play a pivotal role in achieving the industry’s ambitious decarbonization goals. Additionally, the project’s focus on CO2 utilization could lead to the development of new and innovative products from captured CO2.

The inauguration of the ConsenCUS demonstration plant marks a significant milestone in the development of electrochemical CO2 capture technology for cement production. This project holds immense promise for decarbonizing the cement industry and paving the way for a more sustainable future.

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