Special Issue "Power to Gas (P2G) and Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU) Technologies Combination"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2021.
Interests: process intensification; methanation; P2G; exergy; industrial and environmental catalysis; nano-catalysts production; adsorption; plant units design and modelling; process development and scale-up; dynamic modelling; wastewater treatment
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To offer a response to the global challenge of greenhouse gas emission reduction, various researchers and companies are focusing their studies on CO2 capture and usage in different processes. A possible carbon dioxide re-utilization process may be its hydrogenation to produce methane to be injected into the natural gas grid or used as LPG for other industrial processes. The power to gas concept is based on the transformation of electrical energy into a gas fuel and involves the use of surplus power from renewable sources to split water into hydrogen and oxygen by an electrolyzer. Hydrogen can be then used for different purposes, such as the reduction of carbon dioxide to methane. The combination of CCU and P2G technologies in the same industrial plant results in a very interesting possibility to simultaneously reduce greenhouse emissions and utilize power surplus from renewable sources to produce a gas that can be immediately used or transported by the consolidated infrastructure present in most industrialized countries.
In this Special Issue, the interested researchers are invited to submit original research papers, as well as review articles, on any of the topics related to P2G, CCU, and their combination in the same plant, focusing on the optimization of the plant for efficiency improvement, considering classical technical and economical analysis or/and exergetic and economic analysis. Papers related to innovations in the optimization of the methanation process (catalysis and reactor configurations) are particularly welcome.
Dr. Giorgio Vilardi
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- Plant optimization
- Sensitivity analysis
- Economical analysis
- Exergetic analysis
- Plug flow reactor