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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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CO2 and EfW

“CCU can help minimise greenhouse gas emissions ending up in the atmosphere by capitalising on the COemitted from existing processes, such as making steel and aluminium, or using CO2 directly from the air,” says Mr Srinivasan.

“We can combine this emerging technology with other low emission solutions, such as hydrogen, to create a low carbon or carbon neutral synthetic fuel. We can also use and store carbon by ‘locking’ it away permanently in products, such as in concrete and other building materials.”

“Applying CCU to our resources and manufacturing sectors is a win-win – it creates commercial opportunities for industry and can play a role in reducing carbon emissions.”




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