Researchers from 16 countries converge on the National Carbon Capture Center to learn how the facility advances innovative fossil energy technology solutions.
For the past eight years, Southern Company's research and development organization and the National Carbon Capture Center have hosted a group of U.S. and international graduate and doctoral students studying carbon capture and sequestration (CCS).
Southern Company's leadership in carbon capture research and development continued last month with the addition of two new members to the International Test Center Network (ITCN), a leading global carbon capture coalition chaired and operated by the National Carbon Capture Center.
POWER-GEN International has named Southern Company's Roxann A. Laird its 2016 Woman of the Year. Laird is director of the National Carbon Capture Center, a U.S. Department of Energy-sponsored project managed and operated by Southern Company, and also directs the company's reduced carbon, renewable and distributed energy research and development activities. The award was announced during a ceremony today in Orlando, Florida.
Huaneng Clean Energy Research Institute's membership in International Test Center Network supports advancement of carbon capture technologies.
Two international companies recently marked the completion of an important pilot project at the National Carbon Capture Center, located at Alabama Power’s Plant Gaston in Wilsonville. Researchers say it may pave the way for the further advancement of carbon capture during coal-fired power generation.
Southern Company today assumed leadership of the Carbon Capture International Test Center Network (ITCN), a global coalition of facilities working to accelerate the research and development (R&D) of carbon capture technologies.
Researchers at the National Carbon Capture Center have successfully commissioned a new test center for evaluating improved technologies for capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) from coal‐based power plant flue gas.
The Power Systems Development Facility (PSDF) was inducted into the State of Alabama Engineering Hall of Fame at a ceremony Saturday in Montgomery. The Hall of Fame honors individuals, projects and corporations with outstanding accomplishments in the field of engineering who have significantly contributed to the betterment of their communities.
Public-private partnership will focus on developing technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal-based electricity generation.