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A Techno-Economic Assessment of Sustainable Large Scale Hydrogen Production from Renewable and Non-Renewable SourcesDownload
In recent times, the imperative to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that emanate from a multitude of sectors in the global energy economy has achieved unprecedented and widespread consensus. Depending on the energy resource and method used to produce hydrogen, it offers a compelling...
A techno-economic assessment of hydrogen production from hydropower in western Canada for the upgrading of bitumen from oil sandsDownload
The demand for hydrogen in conventional and unconventional oil refining industries is considerable. Currently, the predominant source of hydrogen is from fossil fuel production pathways, in particular, steam methane reforming (SMR), which incurs a significant greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions...
The Mekong River, flowing 4909 KM through China, Myanmar, Thailand, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Cambodia and Vietnam, is one of the greatest river systems in the world. It has great productivity and seasonal variation that provides rich biodiversity for over 60 million people living in the...
The development of hydropower facilities greatly affects the morphology of regional water resources, as well as the physical, chemical and biological factors of upstream aquatic ecosystems. Evaluating the environmental impacts of hydropower operations is important in a regulatory context. Of...
In December, 1973, the Environmental Planning Division of the Department of the Environment invited proposals for preliminary studies associated with a proposed dam on the Athabasca River in the vicinity of Crooked Rapids. This study was carried out in co-operation with the Energy Resources...