India’s Energy Grid of the Future: How Solid Fuels, Gasification, Carbon Capture, and Distribution Hubs will form the Building Blocks of the Net Zero Energy Landscape in India

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Abhijit Sarkar, VP, Dastur Energy moderates a panel on “India’s Energy Grid of the Future: How Solid Fuels, Gasification, Carbon Capture, and Distribution Hubs will form the Building Blocks of the Net Zero Energy Landscape in India” at the Minerals Mining and Metals e-Conclave 2021 organized by the Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCC&I) 

India’s growing energy requirements on the path to Net Zero and long-term energy independence requires a grid, ten and twenty years hence, that uses India’s solid fuel feedstocks – coal, pet coke and biomass, large scale gasification technologies optimized for these fuels, hydrogen and methanol as the key clean energy carriers or intermediates, and large-scale carbon capture and utilization from industry, power and transport sectors to minimize GHG emissions. Regional and intra-regional hubs to match up large scale carbon emitters with a continuum of large sequestration/EOR and smaller commercial consumers can help reduce the cost and perceived risk of transport, distribution and utilization of medium to large amounts of carbon dioxide that are being captured at industrial, power generating and transportation end points. 

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