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Refrigeration the answer to CO2 capture?

Although more research is required, scientists estimate that refrigeration technology could cut the energy consumption and cost of CO2 capture by as much as 30% in one of the “green” coal-fired power stations currently under consideration.
The use of refrigeration technology is now being considered as a means to capture CO2 from large power stations and industrial plants.
Current methods employ chemicals or advanced materials to extract CO2 from flue-gases. However new research carried out by SINTEF, a Trondheim-based independent ...

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