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Ambit of Carbon Capture Technology in India

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Carbon capture is one of the most improving technology of late, with the advent of climate change globally. Work behind carbon capture is still at a progressive stage as far as India is concerned. Carbon capture involves state of the art technology and heavy economic value addition. Since Carbon dioxide is known for its devastating threat towards mankind and habitat, hence developing and adopting carbon capture mechanisms would lead to draining back ecological balance. In this paper we would be trying to come out with possible technologies that can be implemented for carbon capture and further sequestrating it. Additionally the scope of carbon capture in Indian industries, the governing policy framework and the limitations.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 59)
Pages:
46-52
Citation:
M. Mukherjee et al., "Ambit of Carbon Capture Technology in India", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 59, pp. 46-52, 2015
Online since:
Sep 2015
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[1] Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. ( Report on CCS).

[2] National Informatics Centre, Government of India ( Resource information).

[3] Planning Commission, Government of India.

[4] Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India.

[5] Centre for Science and Environment.

[6] Ministry of Coal, Government of India.

[7] World Energy Council.

[8] Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India.

[9] Prime Minister's Council on Climate Change, Government of India.

[10] Central Electricity Authority, Government of India.

[11] Press Information Bureau, Government of India.

[12] Ministry of Power, Government of India.

[13] Damodar Valley Corporation, DVC India.

[14] Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd.

[15] MP Power Generating Company Ltd.

[16] West Bengal Power Development Corporation Ltd.

[17] Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Ltd.

[18] Rajasthan RajyaVidyutUtpadan Nigam Ltd.

[19] Ministry of Finance, Government of India.

[20] Confederation of Indian Industry.

[21] Press Trust of India.

[22] Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.

[23] RS Haszeldine Carbon capture and storage.

[24] J David, H Herzog The cost of carbon capture.

[25] TF Wall Combustion processes for carbon capture.

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