Power Plant with Flexible Fuel Carbon-Negative Power and Carbon-Free Hydrogen Co-Production

Aerial view of the Gasification power site in West Terre Haute, Indiana evaluated in a flexible fuel design study.GTI Energy is working with Wabash Valley Resources, LLC to complete a FEED study to design development, a techno-economic analysis, and an integrated design to retrofit an existing gasification power site in West Terre Haute, Indiana into a first-of-a-kind flexible-fuel power plant.

The facility will co fire pyrolysis oil produced from woody biomass and capture and sequester CO2 to produce low-carbon hydrogen power with net-negative carbon emissions. The clean hydrogen will be used for ammonia synthesis and excess hydrogen will be used to generate electricity.

Phase I Front End Engineering Design (FEED) development and other risk management activities have been completed. Phase II engineering work for the new plant facilities is in its final stages prior to procurement and construction. This negative emissions technology demonstration incorporates fast pyrolysis for biomass processing and hydrogen purification that separates CO2 for sequestration.

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