Energy Transition

The evolution of CCS faces significant challenges. However, prioritizing cost reduction, efficiency improvements, and renewable energy integration will enable CCS to realize its potential in a sustainable, low-carbon future.
Change is inevitable, but the resistance to it, especially in cultural and monetary contexts, can be profound. The deep-rooted dependency on crude oil and internal combustion engines exemplifies this inertia, raising questions about how we might transition to new energy sources without overhauling our entire infrastructure.
To reduce the impact of greenhouse-gas emissions to an exemplary level, one must apply the sustainable tools the planet Earth already has in smarter and faster ways.
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