Special Issue "Chemical and Biochemical Technologies for Sustainable Green Fuels"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 September 2023) | Viewed by 932
Interests: Power-to-X; CO2 conversion technologies; low-carbon fuels; heterogenous catalysis; process integration; LCA/TEA
Interests: heterogeneous catalysis; turquoise and blue hydrogen; energy transition; economic and environmental models; gas-to-liquids; distillation
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Special Issue in Energies: Biomass and Waste as Feedstocks for Biofuel Production
Interests: intensification of chemical and pharmaceutical processes; energy efficiency; heterogeneous catalysis; process assisted by cold plasma; catalytic conversion
The energy transition is a major global environmental issue that will require different types of technologies, especially those allowing the production of and use of sustainable green fuels with a moderate or low carbon intensity. This Special Issue aims to present the recent advances in the development of technologies for the production, use and distribution of sustainable green fuels related to process engineering, materials, applications, environmental and techno-economic assessments and policies and regulation.
Topics of interest:
- Hydrogen production and utilization: hydrogen economy; different colours of hydrogen (green, blue, white, turquoise, pink); e-fuels; ammonia; hydrogen-derived fuels; fuel cells; LCA/TEA; materials; and related catalytic and noncatalytic-processes
- The fuels scenario: biogas; biofuels; biorefineries; waste-to-energy; chemical, thermochemical, and biological processes for low-carbon fuels production; process engineering; materials; LCA/TEA; resources and feedstock; policies and regulation; and the scale-up of technologies
- Materials for energy: batteries; supercapacitors; solar energy; solar fuel; electrocatalysis; characterization and synthesis; and theoretical studies
Dr. Bruna Rego de Vasconcelos
Dr. Federico Galli
Dr. Inès Esma Achouri
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- low-carbon fuels
- process engineering
- materials and catalysis
- policies and regulation