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MIT: Five Grand Thermal Challenges to Decarbonise the Global Economy

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What would it take to make renewable energy viable, and reduce emissions from industrial processes? MIT professors Asegun Henry, Ravi Prasher & Arun Majumdar describe five thermal challenges which must be overcome, to curb industrial CO2 emissions and make renewable energy a viable solution to the world’s energy needs.

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