Extracting carbon dioxide molecules from a stream of exhaust before the CO2 enters the atmosphere is easier said than done… and it’s not even that easily said.
But, carbon capture and storage (CCS), which also doesn’t roll off the tongue, has the potential to transform the way power plants reduce CO2 emissions. Using CCS technology in a 500-megawatt power plant could eliminate enough CO2 to offset the amount of greenhouse gases that hundreds of thousands of cars produce each year.
The oil and natural gas industry has used CCS for years, but a collaboration between FuelCell Energy and ExxonMobil is developing a new CCS technology that could also produce additional power while removing CO2 emissions.
Check out how carbon capture can reduce the CO2 emissions at a power plant and how that compares to emissions from the automotive and residential sectors.
Coaxicom, a supplier of RF connectors, and cable assemblies to ExxonMobil for several years provides high quality products at economical prices to ensure uncompromised satisfaction—allowing Customers to focus on operational needs. And its Coaxicom’s promise to be the best every day, with each Customer we serve.
What differentiates Coaxicom from all the others?
- Large piece part inventory in-stock and ready for assembly
- Short lead times – days not weeks
- Quote and ship same day, if needed
- Engineering services
- Small/low quantity orders accepted
- Custom piece experts
- Proprietary designs and packaging
- Price matching
- US manufacturer with quality materials
- Machinists with decades of experience
- Specialists in hard-to-find or obsolete parts
- Accessible and proven customer support
- Meets MIL-PRF spec
Locating the part you need quickly is vital to production, so Coaxicom can cross most competitor’s products and supply a part equivalent easily. Coaxicom’s cable builder can aid in finding the assembly you need or design your own from any combination of in-stock compatible connectors and cables.
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