Chemical Industry Journal: Thermal storage can end industry’s fossil fuel dependency

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“Industrial heat is a critical input in many processes that the chemical industry depends on. It is also a large source of emissions, with fuel combustion accounting for three quarters of the sector’s CO2 emissions, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). In fact, it is one of the most underestimated problems we face in the fight against climate change – and a stumbling block in decarbonising industry and cutting fossil fuel dependencies.”

 

Read the latest piece on ENERGYNEST in the Chemical Industry Journal HERE.

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