Carbon Capture and Storage: Current state, emerging materials, and future directions for mitigating climate change
Keywords:Carbon Emission, Carbon Capture, Materials, Process Integration, CO2 Emissions reduction, Concentrated solar power, Scheffer dish, Stirling dish
This study provides an analysis of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies as a crucial method to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution along with addressing climate change. The discussion includes the current state of carbon sequestration techniques, including pre- and post-combustion methods, and explores the potential of various materials for carbon capture. The study also examines challenges related to scaling up CCS, regulatory frameworks, and carbon utilization and storage. The findings highlight significant advancements in CCS technologies but emphasize the need for further research and development to fully realize their potential in mitigating climate change. The study also discusses the importance of reducing CO2 emissions and explores Scheffler dish and Stirling dish technologies for removing atmospheric CO2 using concentrated solar power. Overall, this research emphasizes the significance of CCS technologies and the importance of accessible solutions for reducing CO2 emissions.
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