Carbon capture and utilization (CCU) in the chemical industry could lead to a dramatical reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to an exploratory study by the Renewable Carbon Initiative (RCI), CO2 Value Europe (CVE) and nova-Institute. However, large scale deployment of the technology require to develop the availability of renewable energies.
Today, the production of chemicals and derived materials heavily relies on the use of fossil carbon. Industrial processes need...

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