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Can carbon neutrality be achieved in food production?

In response to climate change, we must quickly decrease the amounts of fossil fuel and food production greenhouse emissions, while simultaneously promoting the sequestration of carbon dioxide in ecosystems. The development of biotechnology, automatic control...


Electrification of industry is the way to carbon neutrality

The electrification of industry is an important element in reducing greenhouse emissions, and the role of heat pumps is central in this development. It is particularly important to look at things from a broader perspective...

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Looking for a silver bullet, or, how to make the world carbon neutral by 2050?

The European Union, the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea and over 110 other countries have committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2050 and China has set the same goal for 2060 [1]. The United States...

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Tool for developing the operations of industry and energy companies — Managing the energy future™

The energy market is currently experiencing a major transformation that will have a significant impact on both the energy industry and industrial business operations in the future. In the future, an industrial operator may be...

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Getting rid of coal

Elomatic/TAMK proposal to Helsinki Energy Challenge The phasing out of coal-fired powerplants by 2029 in Finland and the government’s pledge to become carbon neutral by 2035 poses challenges to the district heating system, where the...

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Online CO2 calculation in the pursuit of carbon neutrality in production

Assessing the environmental impact of a product during its life cycle is often a laborious process that is done on a one-off basis, averaging the effects of production and raw materials. In the future, it...

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