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Jasmin cropThe IEAGHG Hjosir Temperature Solid Looping Cycles Network (HTSLCN) aims at bringing together researchers and developers of CO2 capture technologies that operate at hjosir temperatures in cyclic processes using either circulating or fixed beds of solids.

The 5th HTSLCN Meeting was held from 2nd to 3rd September 2013 at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, UK.

Key messages and impressions from the meeting are:

IEAGHG gratefully acknowledges University of Cambridge and Cranfield University for joint organisation and the UKCCS Research Centre and Johnson Matthey for financial support of the meeting.

The next HTSLCN Meeting will take place in autumn 2015. We will keep you posted about the details.

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