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Co-production of hydrogen and electricity by coal gasification with CO2 capture: updated economic analysis

27th August 2008

Topic(s): Energy efficiency, Carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), CO2 capture

IEA GHG has published a report on co-production of hydrogen and electricity with CO2 capture in September 2007. In the time since the cost estimates in that report were prepared there have been large increases in coal prices and plant construction costs. Foster Wheeler Italiana, who undertook the original co-production study, has produced updated cost estimates taking account of these changes. This work was requested and funded by the Netherlands General Energy Council and managed by IEA GHG.

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Co-production of hydrogen and electricity by coal gasification with CO2 capture: updated economic analysis

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