Journal of Cleaner Production | VOL. 254
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Fixed and Capture Level Reduction operating modes for carbon dioxide removal in a Natural Gas Combined Cycle power plant

Publication Date May 1, 2020

Abstract

Abstract The characteristics (flowrate, composition, CO2 partial pressure) of the flue gas exiting a Natural Gas Combined Cycle (NGCC) power plant are different from the ones of coal-fired units on which analyses in the literature are usually focusing, therefore for application of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) to the removal of CO2 from this type of stream a detailed study is needed. This work applies the method of flexible operation aimed at reducing the economic disadvantages of a CCS plant, and considers the Capture Level Reduction (CLR) mode for the carbon dioxide removal section of a NGCC power plant located in Italy, of which type the number of units is constantly increasing. The CLR mode consists in emitting part of the carbon dioxide at given times during the day by bypassing part of the rich solvent and thus reducing the energy requirements for regeneration of the solvent and compression of the removed CO2. For the study a proprietary code developed by the GASP group of Politecnico di Milano, based on real energy prices and demand and taking into account different values of possible carbon taxes, has been employed. The results show that the best load to the absorption section strongly depends on the value of the considered carbon tax, in addition to the time-dependent request and price of electricity. A carbon tax of 5 €/tonCO2 generally does not favor the operation of the CCS system, while higher values exert a more significant influence on the revenues. Carbon taxes of 115 €/tonCO2 for the winter period and of ...

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Carbon Capture And Storage
Natural Gas Combined Cycle
Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power
Gas Combined Cycle Power Plant
Real Energy Prices
Power Plant
Carbon Tax
Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
CO2 Partial Pressure
Price Of Electricity

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