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The liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade provides the means of trading gas globally and represents about 10% of the gas trade. The forecasts show the LNG business will grow, over the next 20 years, at about twice the rate of the whole gas trade. Although the current state of LNG trade is well...
The electrochemical reduction of carbon dioxide using renewable energy resources can potentially accomplish the carbon‐neutral energy cycle while synthesizing fuels simultaneously. CO2
electrocatalysis typically requires the presence of protons in a liquid electrolyte, which acts as a possible...
A need for low‐carbon world has added a new challenging dimension for the long‐term energy scenarios development. In addition to the traditional factors like technological progress, demographic, economic, political, and institutional considerations, there is another aspect of the modern energy...
The present work is a review on the production of bio‐oils from biomass pyrolysis, with special emphasis on the different catalytic methods developed so far for the upgrading of this liquid fraction in order to significantly improve its properties, so it can be used as advanced biofuel. After a...
Previous research suggests that the potential for city‐scale photovoltaic (PV) applications is substantial across the globe. Successful implementation of ‘solar city’ options will depend on the strategic application of finance mechanisms, solar energy soft cost policies, and other policy tools,...
The cover image, by Karan Malik et al., is based on the Advanced Review Electrochemical reduction of CO2 for synthesis of green fuel, DOI: 10.1002/wene.244.
The depletion of increasing CO2
of the atmosphere and the generation of alternate fuel sources are among the biggest challenges being faced by the scientific community across the globe. This scenario has propelled work in the direction of utilization of CO2
by various methods. Electrochemical...
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