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Global carbon dioxide recycling : for global sustainable development by renewable energy

Author: Koji Hashimoto
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, [2019]
Series: SpringerBriefs in energy.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This brief describes the current critical situation of global warming and shows its solution by renewable energy use. The author has long studied the development of new materials with chemical functions and is renowned as the first advocate of power-to-gas. He established the technology to convert renewable energy to synthesized natural gas, methane by electrolytic hydrogen generation using surplus electricity from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Hashimoto, Koji
Global Carbon Dioxide Recycling : For Global Sustainable Development by Renewable Energy
Singapore : Springer,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Koji Hashimoto
ISBN: 9789811385841 981138584X
OCLC Number: 1103220275
Description: 1 online resource (98 p.).
Contents: Intro; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Abstract; 1 The Gift of Our Planet; Abstract; 2 The Dream of a Hydrogen Energy-Based Society; Abstract; 3 Global Temperature and Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Concentration; Abstract; References; 4 The Greenhouse Effect and Global Warming; Abstract; References; 5 Current Situation of Energy Consumption and Carbon Dioxide Emissions of Our World; Abstract; References; 6 The Future of Energy Consumption; Abstract; References; 7 Nuclear Power Generation; Abstract; References; 8 For Sustainable Development of the Whole World; Abstract; References 9 Global Carbon Dioxide RecyclingAbstract; References; 10 Key Materials for Global Carbon Dioxide Recycling; Abstract; 10.1 Water Electrolysis; 10.1.1 Direct Seawater Electrolysis; 10.1.1.1 Cathode for Seawater Electrolysis; 10.1.1.2 Anode for Seawater Electrolysis; 10.1.2 Anode and Cathode for Alkaline Solution Electrolysis; 10.2 Catalyst for Carbon Dioxide Methanation; References; 11 Prototype Plant and Pilot Plant; Abstract; References; 12 Bright Future Prospect; Abstract; References; 13 Hydrogen as Fuel; Abstract; Reference 14 Local Self Power Supply Systems and Power Supply to the OutsideAbstract; 15 Conclusions
Series Title: SpringerBriefs in energy.
Responsibility: Koji Hasimoto.

Abstract:

This brief describes the current critical situation of global warming and shows its solution by renewable energy use. The author has long studied the development of new materials with chemical functions and is renowned as the first advocate of power-to-gas. He established the technology to convert renewable energy to synthesized natural gas, methane by electrolytic hydrogen generation using surplus electricity from renewable energy, and subsequent methanation of carbon dioxide by reaction with hydrogen. In the first part of this brief, data on global warming and energy consumption are shown and analyzed from the authors keen point of view. The second part introduces the authors research results on key materials for global carbon dioxide recycling and constructed pilot plants based on them. Finally, an evidence-based solution to maintain sustainable development by using only renewable energy is described as a future prospect. This book is useful not only for researchers and students studying chemical engineering, materials, or energy, but also for general citizens who are interested in the global environment.

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