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The Contribution of Solar Energy Technology to Reduction of CO<sub>2sub> Emissions in Future in China

Zhao Yuwen

Strategic Study of CAE 2003, Volume 5, Issue 4,   Pages 38-40

Abstract:

The effect of solar energy technology on the reduction of CO<sub>2sub> emissions in future in Chinashow that solar energy technology will have an appreciable effect after 2010, and a remarkable effect emissionsafter 2020 on the reduction of CO<sub>2sub>.

Keywords: solar energy     reduction of CO<sub>2sub> emissions    

A Storage-Driven CO<sub>2sub> EOR for a Net-Zero Emission Target Article

Yueliang Liu, Zhenhua Rui

Engineering 2022, Volume 18, Issue 11,   Pages 79-87 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2022.02.010

Abstract: , with a primary focus on carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2sub>) emissions.>2sub> emissions by storing CO<sub>2sub> in oil reservoirs.CO<sub>2sub> EOR—whose main target is to realize net-zero or even negative CO<sub>2sub> emissionsof emissions from burning the produced oil; that is, the sequestrated CO<sub>2sub> offsets not onlycurrent emissions but also past CO<sub>2sub> emissions.

Keywords: CO<sub>2sub>     EOR     Net CO<sub>2sub>     emissions     Dimethyl ether     Storage-driven CO<sub>2sub>     EOR     CO<sub>2sub>     sequestration    

Reducing CO emissions from the rebalancing operation of the bike-sharing system in Beijing

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2023, Volume 10, Issue 2,   Pages 262-284 doi: 10.1007/s42524-021-0168-y

Abstract: However, the emissions from the rebalancing of BSS, where fossil-fueled vehicles are commonly used, areThis study then proposes a method for optimizing the CO<sub>2sub> emissions from BRP and takes thein Beijing shows great potential for optimization, such as by reducing the number of vehicle routes, CO<sub>2sub> emissions, and unmet demands; (ii) the CO<sub>2sub> emissions of BSS in Beijing can be

Keywords: bike-sharing     CO<sub>2sub> emissions     environmental benefit     partitioning strategy     rebalancing problem    

Greenhouse gas emissions during co-composting of cattle feedlot manure with construction and demolition

Xiying Hao, Francis J. Larney

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0955-1

Abstract: The CK and DG manures were co-composted with (4:1) C&D waste (treatments: CK_CD DG_CD), composted aloneDG manure) had no effect on GHG emissions over the 99 day manure composting or stockpiling.Composting with C&D waste produced similar CO emissions, about double that from manure stockpiling (The N O emissions (12.4 to 18.0 gN·m ) were similar across all treatments.The lower CH emissions with C&D waste are beneficial in reducing overall GHG emissions from manure composting

Keywords: Livestock manure     greenhouse gas flux     straw bale compost bin     N<sub>2sub>O     CH<sub>4sub>     CO<sub>2sub    

Decomposition analysis applied to energy and emissions: A literature review

Frontiers of Engineering Management   Pages 625-639 doi: 10.1007/s42524-023-0270-4

Abstract: Decomposition analysis has been widely used to assess the determinants of energy and CO<sub>2sub> emissions

Keywords: decomposition analysis     structural decomposition analysis     production decomposition analysis     energy     CO<sub>2sub> emissions    

Energy use, CO

Ertugrul YILDIRIM

Frontiers in Energy 2014, Volume 8, Issue 3,   Pages 269-278 doi: 10.1007/s11708-014-0326-6

Abstract: causal relations between inward foreign direct investment (FDI)-energy use per capita and inward FDI-COFor other countries, energy use and CO emission were neutral to inward FDI flows in aggregated level

Keywords: CO<sub>2sub> emissions     energy consumption     liberalization    

CO<sub>2sub> methanation and co-methanation of CO and CO<sub>2sub> over Mn-promoted Ni/Al<sub>2sub>O<sub>3sub> catalysts

Kechao Zhao,Zhenhua Li,Li Bian

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 2,   Pages 273-280 doi: 10.1007/s11705-016-1563-5

Abstract: The effect of the Mn content on the activity of the Ni/Al O catalysts for CO methanation and the co-methanationof CO and CO in a fixed-bed reactor was investigated.CO methanation activity especially at low temperatures but it had little influence on the CO methanationCO methanation was more sensitive to the reaction temperature and the space velocity than the CO methanationin the co-methanation process.

Keywords: Mn promotion     nickel catalysts     CO<sub>2sub> methanation     co-methanation of CO and CO<sub>2sub>    

Uncovering CO<sub>2sub> emission drivers under regional industrial transfer in China’s Yangtze River

Huijuan JIANG, Yong GENG, Xu TIAN, Xi ZHANG, Wei CHEN, Ziyan GAO

Frontiers in Energy 2021, Volume 15, Issue 2,   Pages 292-307 doi: 10.1007/s11708-020-0706-z

Abstract: This paper uncovers the evolution of CO emissions in different regions within the YREB for the periodIt decomposes regional CO emission changes using the temporal and cross-regional three-layer logarithmicBesides, it decomposes industrial CO emission changes using the temporal two-layer LMDI method.The research results show that economic growth is the major driver for regional CO emission disparitiesThe mitigation drivers, such as energy intensity and energy structure, lead to a more decreased CO emission

Keywords: CO<sub>2sub> emission     multi-layer LMDI decomposition     industrial transfer     governance    

Trends, Drivers, and Mitigation of CO<sub>2sub> Emissions in the Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Greater Article

Ya Zhou, Kejun Li, Sheng Liang ,Xuelan Zeng, Yanpeng Cai, Jing Meng, Yuli Shan, Dabo Guan, Zhifeng Yang

Engineering 2023, Volume 23, Issue 4,   Pages 138-148 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2022.03.017

Abstract: the key drivers of CO<sub>2sub> emissions using the logarithmic mean Divisia index method.The results showed that CO<sub>2sub> emissions in GBA slowed significantly after 2017 and have already<sub>2sub> emissions, respectively.<sub>2sub> emissions, with the service sector becoming the main driver.Foshan have significantly curbed the growth in the GBA’s CO<sub>2sub> emissions.

Keywords: Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Greater Bay Area     CO<sub>2sub> emissions     Driving factors     Low-carbon development    

Carbon capture for decarbonisation of energy-intensive industries: a comparative review of techno-economic feasibility of solid looping cycles

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 9,   Pages 1291-1317 doi: 10.1007/s11705-022-2151-5

Abstract: <sub>2sub> capture technologies.This work provides a comprehensive review of the state-of-the-art CO<sub>2sub> capture technologiesAmine scrubbing was shown to be the least feasible option, resulting in the average avoided CO<sub>2CO<sub>2sub> captureCalcium looping was shown to result in the average avoided CO<sub>2sub> cost of between 32.7 (iron

Keywords: industrial CO<sub>2sub> emissions     CCS deployment     carbonate looping     net-zero industry     carbon capture    

Cutting CO emissions through demand side regulation: Implications from multi-regional input–output linear

Frontiers of Engineering Management   Pages 452-461 doi: 10.1007/s42524-022-0209-1

Abstract: <sub>2sub>) emissions.<sub>2sub> emissions with the minimum loss in gross domestic product (GDP).<sub>2sub> emissions.Nevertheless, certain demand side regulation strategy can be adopted to lower CO<sub>2sub> emissions<sub>2sub> emissions at the minimum loss in GDP.

Keywords: CO<sub>2sub> emissions     demand side regulation     multi-regional input–output model     linear programming    

Development of H<sub>2sub>O/CO<sub>2sub> co-electrolysis in solid oxide electrolysis cell

Fan Hui,Song Shidong,Han Minfang

Strategic Study of CAE 2013, Volume 15, Issue 2,   Pages 107-112

Abstract: In this paper, the progress on structure and working principle of SOEC for co-electrolyzing steamThe structure of SOEC, the recent development of high temperature steam/CO2 co-electrolysis from

Keywords: SOEC     H<sub>2sub>O/CO<sub>2sub> co-electrolysis     syngas     electrolysis efficiency     water electrolysis    

Does environmental infrastructure investment contribute to emissions reduction? A case of China

Xiaoqian SONG, Yong GENG, Ke LI, Xi ZHANG, Fei WU, Hengyu PAN, Yiqing ZHANG

Frontiers in Energy 2020, Volume 14, Issue 1,   Pages 57-70 doi: 10.1007/s11708-019-0654-7

Abstract: Chinese provinces and municipalities for the period of 2003–2015 to investigate the effect of EII on COemissions, SO emissions, and PM pollution.The results indicate that EII has a positive and significant effect on mitigating CO emission.Energy intensity has the largest impact on GHG emissions and air pollution, followed by GDP per capitaand industrial structure.

Keywords: environmental infrastructure investment (EII)     CO<sub>2sub> emission     SO<sub>2sub> emission     PM<sub>2.5sub> pollution     stochastic impact by regression on population     affluence and technology (STIRPAT)    

Frontier science and challenges on offshore carbon storage

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 7, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1680-6

Abstract:

● The main direct seal up carbon options and challenges are reviewed.

Keywords: Offshore carbon storage     Direct CO<sub>2sub> injection     CO<sub>2sub>-CH<sub>4sub> replacement     CO<sub>2sub>-EOR     CCS hubs     CO<sub>2sub> transport    

China’s pre-2020 CO

Hailin WANG

Frontiers in Energy 2019, Volume 13, Issue 3,   Pages 571-578 doi: 10.1007/s11708-019-0640-0

Abstract: China achieved the reduction of CO intensity of GDP by 45% compared with 2005 at the end of 2017, realizingthe commitment at 2009 Copenhagen Conference on emissions reduction 3 years ahead of time.decomposition, this paper makes the historical statistics of the GDP energy intensity decrease and COChina’s CO intensity of GDP in 2030 will fall by over 70% than that in 2005, and CO emissions peakneeds to make better use of the carbon market, and guide the whole society with carbon price to reduce emissions

Keywords: China’s National Determined Contribution     emission reduction potential     scenario analysis     CO<sub>2sub> emissions peak    

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The Contribution of Solar Energy Technology to Reduction of CO<sub>2sub> Emissions in Future in China

Zhao Yuwen

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A Storage-Driven CO<sub>2sub> EOR for a Net-Zero Emission Target

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Reducing CO emissions from the rebalancing operation of the bike-sharing system in Beijing

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Greenhouse gas emissions during co-composting of cattle feedlot manure with construction and demolition

Xiying Hao, Francis J. Larney

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Decomposition analysis applied to energy and emissions: A literature review

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Ertugrul YILDIRIM

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CO<sub>2sub> methanation and co-methanation of CO and CO<sub>2sub> over Mn-promoted Ni/Al<sub>2sub>O<sub>3sub> catalysts

Kechao Zhao,Zhenhua Li,Li Bian

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Huijuan JIANG, Yong GENG, Xu TIAN, Xi ZHANG, Wei CHEN, Ziyan GAO

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Trends, Drivers, and Mitigation of CO<sub>2sub> Emissions in the Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Greater

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Carbon capture for decarbonisation of energy-intensive industries: a comparative review of techno-economic feasibility of solid looping cycles

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