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Managing intermittency of renewable power in sustainable production of methanol, coupled with direct air capture

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Peer-reviewed

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Mendoza-Moreno, PV 

Abstract

jats:pThis study leverages worldwide wind data, process modelling, and life cycle assessment to reveal the potential of dynamic methanol production for atmospheric COjats:sub2</jats:sub> drawdown, while handling power intermittency and minimising reliance on reserve storage.</jats:p>

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Acknowledgements: G. J. Fulham acknowledges the financial support of the Harding Scholarship through the Cambridge Trust. P. V. Mendoza-Moreno acknowledges that this work was supported in part by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation [OPP1444]. Under the grant conditions of the Foundation, a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Generic License has already been assigned to the Author Accepted Manuscript version that might arise from the submission.

Keywords

4015 Maritime Engineering, 40 Engineering, 7 Affordable and Clean Energy, 13 Climate Action

Journal Title

Energy and Environmental Science

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1754-5692
1754-5706

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Publisher

Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
Sponsorship
Gates Cambridge Trust (Unassigned)
Harding Scholarship through the Cambridge Trust