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Methane Pyrolysis for CO2-Free H2 Production: A Green Process to Overcome Renewable Energies Unsteadiness

Abstract

The Carbon2Chem project aims to convert exhaust gases from the steel industry into chemicals such as methanol to reduce CO2 emissions. Here, H2 is required for the conversion of CO2 into methanol. Although much effort is put to produce H2 from renewables, the use of fossil fuels, especially natural gas, seems to be fundamental in the short term. For this reason, the development of clean technologies for the processing of natural gas with a low environmental impact has become a topic of utmost importance. In this context, methane pyrolysis has received special attention to produce CO2-free H2.

Funding source: The authors would like to thank the Max Planck Society for financial support as well as the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium fu¨r Bildung und Forschung (BMBF), Verbundvorhaben Carbon2Chem, support code: 03EK3037C) for funding. Open access funding enabled and organized by Projekt DEAL.
Related subjects: Production & Supply Chain
Countries: Germany
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2020-08-25
2024-02-21
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