Reducing carbon dioxide emissions without compromising economic growth will be discussed at the conference in the UAE
Participants of the session ‘Deep Decarbonization: New Strategies for Zero Carbon Emissions,’ which will be held on September 9 as part of the 24th World Energy Congress (Abu Dhabi, UAE), will discuss the possibility of changing energy systems to minimize climate impact without compromising economic growth.
Reducing the industrial use of traditional energy sources is becoming the essence of the energy policies of leading countries and a global trend in the development of a green economy. On the road to a carbon-free future, many experts are betting on increased use of renewable energy. According to forecasts, by the year 2050 at least half (possibly up to 70%) of the world's electricity will be generated through solar and wind energy. A number of experts also note the trend towards increasing the energy efficiency of traditional systems and the need to develop carbon capture and recovery technologies is existing.
Within the framework of the session ‘Deep Decarbonization: New Strategies for Zero Carbon Emissions’ Rodney John Allam, the Global Energy Prize laureate, member of the Global Energy Prize International Award Committee will present his theses on the environmental cleanliness of the thermal power plants.