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

The CO2OLHEAT Project coordinated by ETN Global aims to demonstrate (at TRL7) the operation of a 2 MW Waste-Heat-to-power (WH2P) skid based on a 2MW-sCO2 cycle, able to efficiently valorize local waste heat at a significant temperature of 400°C in the CEMEX cement manufacturing plant in Prachovice (CZ).   CO2OLHEAT has organized a joint virtual […]

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

The Turbo Expo conference gathers the leading professionals in power and propulsion technologies based on rotating equipment from around the world. The conference is organized by the International Gas Turbine Institute of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and is held annually in either Europe or North America, with an attendance of over 2000 delegates […]

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 energy landscape organized by the SCARABEUS project at University of Seville on April 20th, or if you missed this excellent opportunity to get acquainted with the views from the industry, government and scientific community, you can now download the presentations from […]

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

The last progress meeting of the SCARABEUS project was held in Seville on the 21st and 22nd of April. It was a two-day meeting hosted by University of Seville, on the first day, and Abengoa, on the second.     Group picture at the School of Engineering, University of Seville (standing from left: P. Iora, […]

Communication event organized at University of Seville by the SCARABEUS consortium

The next progress meeting of the SCARABEUS consortium will take place in Seville on the 20th and 21st of April 2022, hosted by University of Seville and Abengoa. This will be the first face-to-face meeting since October 2019 and all the partners are excited about it. Alongside this meeting, the consortium has organized a communication […]

SCARABEUS organizing a panel session at Turbo Expo 2022 to discuss the latest R&D activities funded by the European Commission

Prof. David Sánchez, dissemination manager of SCARABEUS, is currently working on a panel session where delegates from flagship projects on supercritical Carbon Dioxide technologies in Europe will discuss the impact of these activities on the progress of the technology. As of today, the following projects will be represented: SCARABEUS, CO2OLHEAT, SOLARSCO2OL and DESOLINATION. The speakers […]

New SCARABEUS paper by University of Seville discusses the benefits obtained from utilizing Carbon Dioxide – Sulphur Dioxide mixtures in (supercritical) Recompression cycles

  The latest SCARABEUS research carried out by the team at University of Seville has just been published in Applied Thermal Engineering journal. Starting off from previous research by the the same partner, this paper provides a discussion on further efficiency gains that can be attained when Carbon Dioxide is blended with Sulphur Dioxide in […]

SCARABEUS presented at the University R&D panel session of the 7th Supercritical CO2 Symposium in San Antonio, TX

SCARABEUS presented at the University R&D panel session of the 7th Supercritical CO2 Symposium in San Antonio, TX The Dissemination Coordinator of the SCARABEUS project, Prof. David Sánchez of University of Seville, was invited to join the University R&D Panel organized at the last edition of the Supercritical CO2 Power cycle Symposium, hosted by Southwest […]

The potential and technical challenges of the SCARABEUS project presented at the 7th Supercritical Power Cycles Symposium held at Soutwest Research Institute, TX

The potential and technical challenges of the SCARABEUS project presented at the 7th Supercritical Power Cycles Symposium held at Soutwest Research Institute, TX The team at University of Seville, on behalf of the consortium, presented the potential of the SCARABEUS project to overcome the main limitations experienced by all power cycles in the usually warm […]