Economics of carbon dioxide capture and utilization—a supply and demand perspective

  title={Economics of carbon dioxide capture and utilization—a supply and demand perspective},
  author={Henriette Naims},
  booktitle={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  • Henriette Naims
  • Published 2016 in
    Environmental science and pollution research…
Lately, the technical research on carbon dioxide capture and utilization (CCU) has achieved important breakthroughs. While single CO2-based innovations are entering the markets, the possible economic effects of a large-scale CO2 utilization still remain unclear to policy makers and the public. Hence, this paper reviews the literature on CCU and provides insights on the motivations and potential of making use of recovered CO2 emissions as a commodity in the industrial production of materials and… CONTINUE READING

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