A step towards net zero carbon emissions

The replacement of conventional fossil fuels (coal, crude oil and natural gas) and their derivatives such as gasoline, olefins and aromatics with carbon neutral renewable resources (e.g., atmospheric CO2 and biomass/bio-waste) holds the key to achieve the UK’s ambitious target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. This exhibit illustrates the potential of carbon neutral renewable methanol to hydrocarbons (MTH), a process that can achieve net zero carbon emissions from vehicles and polymer/chemical industries with the existing infrastructure.

Dr. Santhosh Matam, Dr. A. Logsdail, Prof. A. Beale, Dr. E. Campbell, Dr. N. Dummer, Dr. M. Wilding, Prof. M. Bowker, Prof. D. Willock and Prof. Sir C. Richard A. Catlow, FRS

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