Professor Gary Rochelle has received the 2015 SINTEF and NTNU CCS Award for his long-lasting contributions within carbon capture, and in particular for his efforts in the development of post-combustion technologies. The award ceremony was held at the banquet of the eighth annual “Trondheim Conference of CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage” (TCCS-8) on June 17 … Read the rest »
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In support of new and emerging solutions to produce even cleaner power for the future, Texas power generation company Luminant has given $500,000 to The University of Texas at Austin’s Luminant Carbon Management Program headed by chemical engineering Professor Gary Rochelle. This brings the company's total program contribution to $2.3 million over five years.