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Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Fossil Fuel Fired Power Generation Systems.

  title={Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Fossil Fuel Fired Power Generation Systems.},
  author={Steen Marc pierr e gregoire},

Modeling Long-Term Electricity Generation Planning to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Nigeria

The most recent assessments conducted by the International Energy Agency indicate that natural gas accounts for the majority of Nigeria’s fossil fuel-derived electricity generation, with crude oil

Numerical and Experimental Investigations on a Dimpled Savonius Vertical Axis Wind Turbine

This research deals with the design and fabrication of novel designs as a mean to harness wind energy using a ‘Savonius’ Turbine. It is generally employed to harvest the low to very low wind speed

Performance Analysis of Solar Absorption Cooling Systems in Iraq

The feasibleness of using an absorption solar cycle in Najaf, Iraq is evaluated in this study. In the system proposed, a 105,6kW Single Effect Absorption Chiller (SEAC) is powered by Evacuated Tube

Role of thermal technologies for enhancing flexibility in multi‐energy systems through sector coupling: technical suitability and expected developments

Thermal power generation technologies are widely used for electricity production, for heat provision in district or process heating systems, and for combined heat and power generation. In most cases,

Experimental Investigation on a Ducted Savonius Vertical Axis Wind Turbine and its Performance Comparison with and without Endplates

As the energy demand is growing and fossil fuel based energy resources are getting depleted, there has been an increased focus on the use of renewable energy resources. Wind energy is a highly

Carbon stock under major land use/land cover types of Hades sub-watershed, eastern Ethiopia

The results indicate that organic carbon concentration decreased with soil depth though substantial amount of carbon was found in the lower soil depths under land use with woody perennials, highlighting the importance of assessing watershed level carbon stock for better and carbon friendly land use decision making.

Inert Anodes—the Blind Alley to Environmental Friendliness?

The introduction of inert anodes in alumina reduction cells may bring about some advantages, but also a number of serious drawbacks. In view of the developments in the Hall-Heroult process during the

Post-combustion CO2capture with chemical absorption and hybrid system: current status and challenges

Post‐combustion CO2 capture from the power and industrial sectors has gained widespread attention due to its ability to retrofit easily with newly installed and existing plants. This



Goals and economic instruments for the achievement of global warming mitigation in Europe : proceedings of the EU advanced study course held in Berlin, Germany, July 1997

Section I. State of Scientific Knowledge in Climate Change. Section II. From Scientific Results to the Political Agenda. Section III. Political and Economical Instruments - An Overview. Introduction.

Abatement and Mitigation of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Power Generation

One important measure for controlling greenhouse gas CO2 emissions is to capture CO2 from power plant flue gas and store it or utilize it. In this paper, the principal technologies to capture CO2 are

Kerssemeeckers: Economic evaluation of sectoral emission reduction objectives for climate change, Ecofys study for DG ENV

  • 2000

Technology and the economics of climate change policy, Battelle Washington report prepared for the Pew Center on

  • Global Climate Change,
  • 2000

Reduction of CO2 emissions by decarbonisation of natural gas, IEA GHG paper presented at Power-Gen’99

  • 1999