New storage project at STEAG’s Lünen power plant

The expansion of storage technologies is essential if the move towards energy from renewable sources is to succeed. Last week, Dr. Wolfgang Benesch, Head of Research and Development at STEAG GmbH, presented a new research project with STEAG involvement: The development team at STEAG’s Lünen power plant is to work with international partners on further developments of Power-to-Liquid technology. Carbon dioxide emissions from the coal-fired power plant are to be converted into fuel. The project is sponsored by the EU’s Horizon research program with a grant amounting to 11 million euros

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement
No 637016.


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