Highly Efficient and Clean Utilization of Fossil Energy under Carbon Peak and Neutrality Targets

LV Qinggang1,2 CHAI Zhen1

(1.Institute of Engineering Thermophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190)
(2.School of Engineering Science, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049)

【Abstract】Fossil energy utilization faces new challenges under carbon peak and carbon neutrality (“dual carbon” for short) targets. In this study, the present status of fossil energy utilization in China is summarized. Based on the situation of energy resources in China, the idea of highly efficient and clean utilization of fossil energy under “dual carbon” constraints is proposed. The technical development suggestions are put forward from three aspects including efficient combustion and conversion of coal, efficient utilization of oil and gas, and waste treatment of the chemical processing of coal. It aims to provide scientific and technological support for the realization of “dual carbon” targets and the construction of a new energy system.

【Keywords】 fossil energy; highly efficient and clean utilization; low carbon; technical suggestion; carbon neutrality;

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【Funds】 Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (XDA29010600)

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ISSN:1000-3045

CN:11-1806/N

Vol , No. 04, Pages 541-548

April 2022

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Abstract

  • 1 The status and role of fossil fuels in supporting energy transformation
  • 2 Fossil fuel utilization in China
  • 3 Challenges of fossil fuel utilization under “dual carbon” targets
  • 4 Ideas for efficient and clean utilization of fossil energy under “dual carbon” targets
  • 5 Suggestions for the development of technologies for efficient and clean fossil energy utilization towards “dual carbon” targets
  • 6 Conclusions
  • References