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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The SCARABEUS project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 814985

AIM

The aim of the SCARABEUS project is to demonstrate that the application of supercritical CO2 blends to CSP plants has the potential to reduce CAPEX by 30% and OPEX by 35% with respect to state-of-the-art steam cycles, thus exceeding the reduction achievable with standard supercritical CO2 technology. This translates into a LCoE lower than 96 €/MWh, which is 30% lower than currently possible. The project will demonstrate the innovative fluid and newly developed heatexchangers at a relevant scale (300 kWth) for 300 h in a CSP-like operating environment.

Activities and Dissemination

A joint virtual dissemination event organized by CO2OLHEAT will be joined by SCARABEUS

The CO2OLHEAT Project coordinated by ETN Global aims to demonstrate…

SCARABEUS present at the ASME Turbo Expo conference in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The Turbo Expo conference gathers the leading professionals in…

Presentations from the panel session on Role of CSP in the future energy landscape now available for download

If you enjoyed the panel session on the Role of CSP in the future…

Joint Dissemination event by CSP-related H2020 projects organized at University of Seville

Taking advantage of the progress meeting being held in Seville,…

Progress meeting held in Seville, hosted by University of Seville and Abengoa

The last progress meeting of the SCARABEUS project was held in…

Communication event organized at University of Seville by the SCARABEUS consortium

The next progress meeting of the SCARABEUS consortium will take…

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