Supported Catalysts for CO2 Methanation: A Review
AbstractCO2 methanation is a well-known reaction that is of interest as a capture and storage (CCS) process and as a renewable energy storage system based on a power-to-gas conversion process by substitute or synthetic natural gas (SNG) production. Integrating water electrolysis and CO2 methanation is a highly effective way to store energy produced by renewables sources. The conversion of electricity into methane takes place via two steps: hydrogen is produced by electrolysis and converted to methane by CO2 methanation. The effectiveness and efficiency of power-to-gas plants strongly depend on the CO2 methanation process. For this reason, research on CO2 methanation has intensified over the last 10 years. The rise of active, selective, and stable catalysts is the core of the CO2 methanation process. Novel, heterogeneous catalysts have been tested and tuned such that the CO2 methanation process increases their productivity. The present work aims to give a critical overview of CO2 methanation catalyst production and research carried out in the last 50 years. The fundamentals of reaction mechanism, catalyst deactivation, and catalyst promoters, as well as a discussion of current and future developments in CO2 methanation, are also included. View Full-Text
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Frontera, P.; Macario, A.; Ferraro, M.; Antonucci, P. Supported Catalysts for CO2 Methanation: A Review. Catalysts 2017, 7, 59.
Frontera P, Macario A, Ferraro M, Antonucci P. Supported Catalysts for CO2 Methanation: A Review. Catalysts. 2017; 7(2):59.Chicago/Turabian Style
Frontera, Patrizia; Macario, Anastasia; Ferraro, Marco; Antonucci, PierLuigi. 2017. "Supported Catalysts for CO2 Methanation: A Review." Catalysts 7, no. 2: 59.
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