CCS Project

Duiven CO2 plant

Duiven Waste To Energy Plant is a 30MW biopower project which generates 263GWh electricity a year and it is the first facility of its kind in Europe that is capable of capturing carbon dioxide on a truly significant scale. Household waste is used as a feedstock to power the project. CO2 is being captured and supplied to various buyers in the greenhouse horticulture sector. The CO2 capture unit is in operation since 2019 took over a year to be built and costed €20 million.
Project type:Capture Participants:AVR Waste Processing BV Air Liquide Country:Netherlands Type of capture:Power Production (Energy from waste) IOGP members involved: No Planned start of operation: In operation since 2019 CO2 capacity at start date: 0.1 CO2 capacity after completion: 0.1 Status: In operation Type of storage: Not applicable Funding and support scheme: National funding Info related to the funding and support scheme: The project has received a €182,687.00 grant for the technical and economic evaluation of the integrated CO₂ capture unit. Notes: Links: https://www.hydrogenfuelnews.com/dutch-company-reduces-waste-to-energy-ghg-emissions-by-supplying-co2-to-greenhouses/8538901/https://projecten.topsectorenergie.nl/projecten/avr-duiven-co2-capture-28966