2023
DOI: 10.3390/en16072965
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Energy Transition and the Economy: A Review Article

Abstract: The global energy sector is in a period of transition, during which time it is expected that renewable and low-carbon energy sources, such as wind and solar, will replace traditional fossil fuels, including oil, gas, and coal. The energy transition is happening not only to limit the environmental impact of fossil fuel production and consumption but also to ensure energy security, reliability, access, affordability, and sustainability. The importance of the energy transition has been amplified by recent events,… Show more

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“…We examined the effect of increasing flow rate (30−80 L/min) for different configurations (see graph insets) and numbers of active reactors (1,3,4,5). It must be noted that in all experiments, the flow was divided between all reactors, i.e., even with one active reactor (Figure 3) the total flow was going through all reactors, even the nonactive ones.…”
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“…We examined the effect of increasing flow rate (30−80 L/min) for different configurations (see graph insets) and numbers of active reactors (1,3,4,5). It must be noted that in all experiments, the flow was divided between all reactors, i.e., even with one active reactor (Figure 3) the total flow was going through all reactors, even the nonactive ones.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There have been long-lasting debates on which sectors would be impacted the most by this energy transition phase . It is clear that matching the flexibility of renewable sources is the key to a successful transition.…”
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“…In the current era, and given the prevailing circumstances, the logical replacement for butane use would typically be electricity. However, two critical considerations must be taken into account when considering this transition [22,23]. Firstly, the continual advancements in electrical and electronic technologies, facilitating the performance of tasks traditionally handled by gas-powered counterparts.…”
Section: Possible Replacements For Butane Considering the Overall Nat...mentioning
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“…The transition to renewable energy sources (such as hydroelectric, wind, solar, and geothermal) is absolutely necessary to be able to generate the enormous and growing amounts of energy needed to drive industrial economies. 16 Biofuels obtained from renewable biomass should still be considered as another sustainable solution for the overall transition to clean energies. The production of these biofuels should fulfil two key premises: (i) based on waste feedstock from non-edible agro-resources, (ii) obtained by means of fully clean and sustainable transformation/separation processes.…”
Section: Sustainable Biocatalytic Production Of Biofuelsmentioning
confidence: 99%