New and leading players will showcase new and improved applications that use CO2 as feedstock. Main topics of the conference are the political framework, renewable energy and hydrogen production, carbon capture technologies, CO2-based fuels for transport and aviation, chemicals, mineralisation and new developed technologies for CO2 utilisation.
Carbon Dioxide Global Market Opportunities and Strategies to 2030: COVID-19 Impact and Recovery provides the strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global carbon dioxide market as it emerges from the COVID-19 shut down.
no benefit or need for additional maintenance cycles in connection with COVID-19. Energy-saving settings, such as demand-controlled ventilation controlled by a timer or CO2 detectors, should be avoided. Consideration should be given to extending the operating times of HVACs before and after the regular period [17,18].
29-09-2020· A new study by leading aerosol scientists Zhe Peng and Jose L Jimenez, titled ‘Exhaled CO2 as Covid-19 risk proxy for different indoor environments and activities’, has found that indoor CO2 measurements by low-cost sensors hold promise for mass monitoring of indoor aerosol transmission risk for Covid-19 and other respiratory diseases, but that different CO2 level targets should be set based …
17-06-2020· For the past few months, countless manufacturers worldwide have retooled to make personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers and first responders in their battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some of their stories. GM Produces Face Masks In late March, Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. shut down car production, and redeployed their Detroit factories …
Nitrous oxide (N 2 O) is a strong greenhouse gas, that is mainly produced from agricultural activities ( from the use of synthetic and organic fertilizers to grow crops). This first interactive chart here shows per capita emissions of nitrous oxide each year. This is measured in ‘carbon dioxide equivalents’.
29-06-2021· Global trade after COVID-19: From fixed capital to human capital. The post-COVID trade map will rely on the vitality of human capital, which is inherently cross-border. The current trade environment is in a state of flux - but globalization is proving to endure, despite the rising protectionism of the last half decade and the shocks of COVID-19.
28-10-2020· On March 19, Tokyo imposed additional restrictions on South Koreans seeking entry into Japan. Subsequently, Seoul imposed similar restrictions. These restrictions have not produced any new obstacles to bilateral trade, but it could indicate rising tension and further complicate efforts to resolve an existing trade dispute between the two countries that began last summer.
26-06-2020· Second, the COVID-19 crisis induced a collapse in demand for oil. Coupled with supply decisions made by key oil producing countries, this led oil prices to plummet by 60% in February and March 2020. By May, oil prices had not yet stabilised despite an OPEC+ agreement on production cuts in April (IEA, 2020 ).
23-03-2020· Korea’s rapid innovations in the time of COVID-19 The Republic of Korea is well known for its advanced technology and innovations. Since the breakout of COVID-19 in the country on 22 January 2020, the government and the private sector have been introducing various innovative measures for public information disclosure, virus testing, and monitoring of quarantined persons.
11-11-2020· Reliable CO 2 monitoring is not only important with regard to Covid-19 but also beneficial to overall well-being and productivity when spending time indoors. CO 2 sensors can be used to measure the carbon dioxide concentration and thus the quality of indoor air (Figure 4). But in order to improve the surrounding air quality and, consequently ...