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February 26, 2024
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Study shows AI could help power plants capture carbon using 36% less energy from the grid

Using artificial intelligence (AI), scientists from the University of Surrey adjusted a system based on a real coal-fired power station. The model could capture 16.7% more carbon dioxide (CO2) while using 36.3% less energy from the U.K.’s national grid. The research is published in the journal Reaction & Chemistry Engineering.Using artificial intelligence (AI), scientists from the University of Surrey adjusted a system based on a real coal-fired power station. The model could capture 16.7% more carbon dioxide (CO2) while using 36.3% less energy from the U.K.’s national grid. The research is published in the journal Reaction & Chemistry Engineering.

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