On Wednesday 21 September, a presentation was given on ACT LOUISE during Session 4A “Chemical Looping Combustion 4” of the 6th International Conference on Chemical Looping, from 10:00-11:20.
The presentation was based on the paper: “Low-Cost CO2 Capture by Chemical Looping Combustion of Waste-Derived Fuels – The LOUISE Project”. The paper described ACT LOUISE’s goal to prepare for a pre-commercial demonstration of chemical looping combustion (CLC) of waste-derived fuels as an efficient technology for CO2 capture from waste-to-energy (WtE).
Many members of the project also participated in other presentations throughout the conference on related topics. You can find the full programme on the official website.
About the International Conference on Chemical Looping
The International Conference on Chemical Looping is organised by the Combustion and Gasification Group at the Instituto de Carboquímica (ICB-CSIC), a public research centre belonging to the Spanish National Research Council. The conference has typically taken place every other year since 2010 (except for 2020).
The 6th International Conference on Chemical Looping took place in Zaragoza, Spain and featured 95 oral presentations from 20 countries on topics ranging from oxygen carriers to combustion, gasification and novel processes.
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