Coal needed to provide backup power Feedstock for hydrogen production CCUS a top priority for China China’s strategy to achieve net zero will require large-scale deployment of carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) to remove CO2 from coal-fired power generation and from hydrogen production, energy experts said at June 22 forum. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now While coal was heavily exposed to China’s ambitious target to achieve net zero climate emissions by 2060, experts believed the solution was not to abandon the fuel but to upgrade the industry, reducing its emissions and developing new value. “Energy transition not only includes substituting fossil fuels with non-fossil fuels. Facilitating low-carbon use of fossil fuels is also an important element,” Sang Shuxun, Dean of Low Carbon Energy Institute, China University of Mining and Technology, said at the Energy High-Quality Development Forum. Sang […]