Integrated CO2 Absorption Process in a Coal-Fired Power Plant

January 3, 2018

It’s no secret that global governments are implementing greenhouse gas policies aimed at reducing CO2 emissions. These policies have a direct impact on the  power generation sector as carbon capture and storage technologies are essentially the only option available for fossil-based power generation to drastically reduce their CO2 emissions. So, how will they do it? […]


Stabilizing Hydro Power for the Electrical Grid

August 31, 2017

Hydro-power is often associated with conservative and perhaps stagnant technology development.  But, because it has been around for hundreds of years and many countries rely on the output of power, the maintenance and continued support of these plants is critical. Currently, in Iceland 70% of their electricity is produced from hydroelectric power, therefore constant operation […]


New solution for thermal power plant start-up optimization

April 28, 2016

Increased flexibility for power plants energy production  During the spring and summer of 2015, a collaboration between Modelon, Vattenfall and Lund University resulted in a development of a new solution for start-up optimization of a thermal power plant [1]. The collaboration took place within the MODRIO project and was a continuation work with Vattenfall concerning […]