Prospective developers should review the ITC Project Management Guide for details on testing technologies at the ITC. To get the process started, prospective developers should then contact Will Morris.
The ITC does not endorse or certify any technology, it is a neutral test facility.
Developer Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of technology can be tested at the ITC?
The Wyoming ITC is a public-private partnership designed to foster the next generation of energy technology. The ITC provides space for researchers to test Carbon Capture and Utilization technologies using actual coal derived flue gas from Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s Dry Fork Station.
How does testing work?
The ITC is post-combustion test facility that uses flue gas from a commercially dispatched base-loaded 422-MW coal-fired boiler located at Dry Fork Station (DFS). The flue gas is delivered to the ITC prior to entering the DFS stack. When flue gas is available, researchers have full control over flue gas delivery to their project. There are multiple demonstration sites, that can be configured to meet a variety of testing needs from 23 MWe to a few KWe. The ITC is physically separate from Dry Fork station and operates independently. This allows researchers control and flexibility with respect to their system operations such as remote data collection and monitoring with their own secure network connections.
What services are available at the ITC?
Each test bay is provided with flue gas, electrical power, and service water. Some test bays are also equipped with process water return.