The InBECCS project will utilise Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' amine solvent technology. [Image: MHI]

By Shardul Sharma

UK low-carbon waste-to-energy company Evero Energy on November 8 announced a partnership with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) to deliver its InBECCS (Ince Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage) project.

The InBECCS project will be retrofitted on Evero's Ince Bio Power site, a waste wood to energy facility located in the North-West of England. The project is expected to generate as much as 250,000 tonnes of engineered carbon removals a year, once operational in 2029, and deliver about 5% of the government's 2030 GHG removals target, the company said.

BECCS is a technology that captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and permanently stores it underground. 

The InBECCS project will utilise MHI's amine solvent technology, the Advanced KM CDR Process (Kansai Mitsubishi Carbon Dioxide Recovery Process), which the company has been developing in a collaborative partnership with Kansai Electric Power that dates back to 1990. As of November 2023, MHI has delivered 16 plants adopting its technology, and two more are currently under construction.


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