UK’s Drax Eyes U.S. for Bioenergy CCS Expansion Drive

The 2.6-GW Drax Power Station in northeastern England—once Western Europe’s largest coal-fired power plant—is poised to pioneer bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS), a negative emissions

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2. Drax’s conversion of its 4-GW coal-fired power plant to a 2.6-GW biomass plant leveraged its existing steam turbines, generators, specially built trains, and pulverizing mills. But to accommodate new storage needs, the company built giant EcoStore biomass domes—advanced technological structures carefully attuned to storing biomass. Courtesy: Drax Group

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