What are low-carbon emitting technologies? An expert explains

Investments are required in demonstration projects and new facilities to develop low-carbon emitting technologies. Image: EEP/Uni Stuttgart/Rainer Bez

Alexander Sauer

Director, Institute for Energy Efficiency in Production (EEP), University of Stuttgart

Abhinav Chugh

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Image: EEP Energieeffizienz-Index. Halbjahr 2021

Global Pipeline of Commercial Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Store Facilities Operating and in Development Image: International Energy Agency, Paris

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Professor Alexander Sauer, University of Stuttgart

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