decarbonize


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decarbonize

[dē′kär·bə‚nīz]
(chemistry)
To remove carbon by chemical means.
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Brand concludes the only realistic way to stave off global warming is to increase production efficiency and decarbonize energy production--to go nuclear.
Making "a valuable contribution to Scotland's ambitions to decarbonize electricity generation," it will also be designed for industrial users with 200 megawatts thermal of heat.
The DGEF 2013 provides a platform for participants to share ideas and debate key issues affecting the energy sector such as: best practices in the field of energy security, supply and clean energy management, alternative energy resources, the peaceful use of nuclear energy, current and future energy-related policies, programs, technologies including specific technologies to decarbonize fossil fuels (Oil, Gas, and Coal), investment opportunities and market indicators.
Developed countries must completely decarbonize their power systems by mid-century if the world is to avoid dangerous climate change, and developing countries will have to follow soon thereafter.