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1 CC PolandPlus Clean Coal Technologies Tomasz Szmuc EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, 2010

2 EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, CC PolandPlus - Main Partners AGH University of Science and Technology Jagiellonian University Silesian University of Technology Wrocław University of Technology Institute of Chemical Processing of Coal Central Mining Institute Crude oil production refining and distribution Oil and gas exploration production Production, distribution of energy Boilers manufacturer Manufacturer of chemicals

3 Univers./ Res.Instit. Industry EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, CC PolandPlus - localization

4 1.Development of coal/lignite gasification technologies 2.Improving efficiency of energy production and reduction of emissions 3.CO 2 geologic sequestration 4.Nuclear co-generation. Nuclear – coal synergy, including recycling of CO 2 EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, Clean Coal Technologies Thematic areas

5 1.Coal ranking for gasification in respect of CO 2 reduction 2.Model of coal gasification kinetics 3.Thermodynamic model of gasification with CO 2 enriched blow 4.Aerodynamic model of gasification reactor 5.Pilot plant testing data 6.Process package for gasification Development of coal/lignite gasification technologies EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, 20105

6 EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, Development of a coal gasification technology for high-efficiency fuel and power production Project budget 89.8 mln PLN (22.5 mln Euro) including: 80 mln PLN (ca. 20 mln Euro) –financial support of NCBiR 9.8 mln PLN (ca. 2.5 mln Euro) –contribution of Commercial Partners

7 Improving efficiency of energy production and reduction of emissions 1.Identification of prospective areas for enhancing efficiency and reduction of emissions. 2.Fundamental physical and computational studies on development of technologies. 3.Tests in pilot scale and optimisation. 4.Estimation of economic and social impacts of the project. Deployment and comercialisation. EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, 20106

8 1.Decrease the cost of CO2 geologic sequestration by developing innovative optimization methods for sequestration technologies, with collateral economic benefits such as enhanced oil recovery (EOR), enhanced gas recovery (EGR), enhanced coal bed methane (ECBM) and storage in aquifers. 2.Minimize risk of geologic sequestration by (1) providing the information needed to select sites for safe and effective sequestration, (2) increasing confidence in the effectiveness and safety of sequestration by identifying and demonstrating cost-effective monitoring technologies, and (3) improving performance-assessment methods to predict and verify that long-term sequestration practices are safe and effective and do not introduce any unintended environmental impact. 3.Lowering the time implementation by (1) pursuing early opportunities for pilot tests with our industrial partners and (2) gaining public acceptance. CO 2 geologic sequestration EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, 20107

9 EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, Distribution of sedimentary

10 Nuclear co-generation. Nuclear – coal synergy, including of recycling CO 2 1.Analysis of usage HTR for water splitting, coal gasification, generation of high temperature steam industrial technologies. 2.Projects and construction of demo-installation for electrolytic water splitting using out of peak power from power plant. 3.Project and construction demo-installation for conversion of CO 2 into synfuel, alcohols and hydrocarbons, using of H 2 from splitting of water. Study about CO 2 recycling. Economical studies of CO 2 conversion using heat from nuclear reactors. 4.Projects and demo-installation high temperature exchangers for steam production with heat from light water reactors, and heat exchangers for high temperature reactors. 5.Applications of selected projects in industry and tests. EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, 20109

11 Design of CC Projects 1.Thematic Workshop on Clean Coal Technologies – AGH 25 May Presentation of proposals and fields of cooperation. 2.Collecting of project proposals and clustering by thematic coordinators. First draft of Proposals before 20 June. 3.Discussion and evaluation of the Proposals – decision and incorporation to Business Plan of CC – till 30 June Application for Annual/Triennial Grant submitted to EIT. EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June,

12 EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June, PolandPlus AHG+SUT PhD in CCT01015 MSC in CCT015**30 KIC - level PhD in SustEnergy 5*1015 MSC in SustEnergy 030***40*** *) - PhD in Smart Grids Technological Platforms (Selelect+ coordinated ny KTH) **) - MSc in Gasification of Coal ***) - MSc in: Smart Grids Technological Platforms, Sustainable Fuel Economy, Sustainable Energy Development Educational Plan

13 Organization of CC PolandPlus EITSE/AC/F SE/AC/F General structure EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June,

14 1.Decision on company/foundation as legal of CC PolandPlus (30 June 2010). 2.Creation of legal structure of CC Poland Plus and election of related bodies. 3.Office for CC PolandPlus headquarters before 15 October Full operational functionality – before 1 January Organization of CC PolandPlus Next steps EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June,

15 EEC 2010, Katowice 1 June,


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