Study: Pre-combustion carbon capture viable

Researchers from Fraunhofer IMM are working on a methanol reformer prototype that offers weight, efficiency and attrition advantages over current methanol reformer technology.

Source: © Fraunhofer IMM

Researchers from Austria and Sweden have modelled the potential for pre- and post-combustion carbon capture for a ferry burning renewable methanol and hydrogen and concluded that both systems would be cost effective.

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