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Decarbonizing heavy industries: German steel giant wants to set up 500 MW green hydrogen plant
I think this is a crucial and most feasible case of green hydrogen utilization. Here just one example I just came across from my home country.German energy company Steag is helping Thyssenkrupp decarbonize its steel production site in Duisburg-Walsum. Green hydrogen generation is expected to be powered by a mix of wind and solar power.Link to article: https://www.pv-magazine.com/2021/02/26/german-steel-giant-wants-to-set-up-500-mw-green-hydrogen-plant/Feel free to reach out to me and connect here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/reneleven/
28 February 2021 by René Leven
 
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RESET by Ross Garnaut | Restoring Australia after the great crash of 2020
"We have the lowest energy costs in a zero emissions world and it becomes an advantage in processing Australian minerals. That can become a huge industry.We also have big advantages in our huge areas of land for capturing carbon in plants, in the soil, exporting carbon credits, growing biomass for industry because we won't be making plastics and petrochemicals out of oil, gas and coal, we'll be making them out of biomass and if we get our act together we can do that more cheaply than others."...https://www.abc.net.au/7.30/what-will-the-post-covid-economy-look-like/13194362
26 February 2021 by Maria MacNama...
 
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26 February 2021 by Bob Weis
 
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$100m Xprize for carbon removal solutions
Elon Musk is calling the best minds around the globe to take the challenge of reversing global warming - sucking carbon dioxi
24 February 2021 by Thomas Gao
 
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Power to X (P2X)– renewable powered electrolysis to produce powerfuels and green chemicals
Hydrogen economy is closer to reality this time thanks to technology advancement across the value chain and cheaper renewable
23 February 2021 by Thomas Gao
 
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Microbial driven carbon utilisation (CCU) might soon replace carbon sequestration (CCS)
Carbon dioxide (CO2) and carbon monoxide (CO) make up a large proportion of industrial flue gases. Recent research has shown that certain microorganisms are capable of metabolizing these gases into useful by-products, turning the emissions into a useful feedstock, not a waste product.This article in ScienceDaily discusses new research into a bioelectrosynthetic process in which electroactive bacteria convert CO/CO2 into useful metabolites like acetate and volatile fatty acids. Furthermore this new research may deliver a commercially viable Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) option within 5 years. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/02/210217175151.htm
23 February 2021 by Kylie Hargrea...
 
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