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Nuclear energy and bio energy carbon capture and storage, keys for obtaining 1.5&#176C mean surface temperature limit

Berger, A, Blees, T, Breon, F-M, Brook, BW ORCID: 0000-0002-2491-1517, Deffrennes, M, Durand, B, Hansen, P, Huffer, E, Grover, RB, Guet, C, Liu, W, Livet, F, Nifenecker, H, Petit, M, Pierre, G, Prevot, H, Richet, S, Safa, H, Salvatores, M, Schneeberger, M, Wornan, B and Zhou, S 2017 , 'Nuclear energy and bio energy carbon capture and storage, keys for obtaining 1.5&#176C mean surface temperature limit' , International Journal of Global Energy Issues, vol. 40, no. 3-4 , pp. 240-254 , doi: 10.1504/IJGEI.2017.086622.

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Abstract

A rapid development of nuclear energy production reaching 173 EJ/y in 2060 and 605 EJ/y in 2110 limits the Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) increase to 1.5°C with respect to preindustrial value, with a reduction of the stored carbon dioxide from 800 Gt in the original MESSAGE-Efficiency scenario to 275 Gt in the present one, while multiplying by 6 the Total Primary Energy Supply between 2015 and 2110.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Berger, A and Blees, T and Breon, F-M and Brook, BW and Deffrennes, M and Durand, B and Hansen, P and Huffer, E and Grover, RB and Guet, C and Liu, W and Livet, F and Nifenecker, H and Petit, M and Pierre, G and Prevot, H and Richet, S and Safa, H and Salvatores, M and Schneeberger, M and Wornan, B and Zhou, S
Keywords: climate warming, nuclear energy, carbon dioxide emissions, carbon capture and storage, bio energy, renewable energies
Journal or Publication Title: International Journal of Global Energy Issues
Publisher: Inderscience Publishers
ISSN: 0954-7118
DOI / ID Number: 10.1504/IJGEI.2017.086622
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