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Date: 9/11/2014
Type: Presentation
Status: Active
NETL Contact: Walter Shelton
Technology Focus Area(s): Advanced Turbines
Analysis Focus Area(s):
Author(s): Kristin Gerdes (NETL); Walter Shelton (NETL); Charles White (Noblis); Arun Iyengar (Booz Allen Hamilton)

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Presentation at 2014 SCO2 Workshop: of plant level & power sector potential benefits for indirect sCO2 cycles. An example is presented for a coal-based plant that shows results for improving efficiency and COE. Outlines the cost uncertainties for sCO2 cycles and the approach used to obtain estimates.