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Industrial Decarbonization Roadmap, Part 1, Overview

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Senior Consultant Microgrid Labs

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Microgrid Labs, Inc. Advisor: 2014 to Present Developed product plans, conceptual and preliminary designs for projects, performed industry surveys and developed...

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Occasionally I come across a document that is overwhelming in scope and information-content. This requires me to adjust how I post papers based on this document if it falls within the scope of subjects that I normally write about and contains information my readers would want to read.  The DOE Industrial Decarbonization Roadmap is one of those documents. It also covers subjects that I spent far more time researching and writing about several years ago, than I do currently.

The DOE Site that led me to the title document had an excellent graphic that defined the scope of this document, and this is the primary image for this post.

As I was skimming through the primary document, I decided pretty quickly that this would require multiple papers to cover, and thus a series. How are we going to do this? I will start with this post and post other papers in this series as I complete them. These will be interleaved with other posts covering other subjects, but all parts of this series will start with “Industrial Decarbonization Roadmap.”

I believe that anyone that is interested in curing climate change should be interested in this series, as eliminating greenhouse gas from industrial processes will be an important part of this cure, and also one of the most difficult parts.


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