How can global decarbonization goals be met? See how renewables are changing the game and optimizing solutions.
What’s decarbonization, and why is it important? Decarbonization refers to the steady reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and, eventually, its elimination. The deployment of decarbonization technology aids emission-intensive industries in minimizing carbon emissions and meeting net-zero emissions protocols in the long term. To cut down carbon emissions and combat climate change, governments across the globe are counting on the five pillars of decarbonization: the rise of renewables, hydrogen economy, direct electrification and renewable heat, carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS), and energy efficiency. Their implementation can be a potential game-changer to enable stakeholders to achieve carbon neutrality globally.
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