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The Alabama-based National Carbon Capture Center has completed a successful “first fire” of its new natural gas infrastructure. The event paves the way for the first test runs of carbon capture technologies at the facility using natural gas-derived flue gas.
It’s a significant milestone for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)-sponsored facility adjacent to Alabama Power’s Plant Gaston as it expands its ability to evaluate carbon capture technologies for natural gas power plants. The first test runs for those technologies are expected to begin in January.
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