Combination of ERK boilers with algae for carbon capture

17. September 2016

Lowering the carbon intensity of boiler systems is a key part of ERK’s energy transition strategy and we believe that the incorporation of algae  is one promising option to achieve this. In addition to a lower carbon intensity algae is an interesting product for multiple industries, such as food and pharmaceuticals, which opens up new business opportunities for owners of boiler plants worldwide.

After having completed an algae R&D project with the University of Applied Sciences Wildau, where we successfully operated a small cogeneration plant, ERK now aims to build a first commercial plant

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