Systems for Decarbonization
Using large-scale modeling to inform engineering decision-making
We have been exploring ways in which the deployment of certain technologies including biofuels and carbon capture and storage might be critical pieces in a strategy to stabilize the climate of the planet. Some of these technologies are established while other are in their infancy. In both cases, developing better understanding of their potential will be critical to develop rational climate policies.
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