The articles of Chunfeng Song and other teachers in our group were received by renewable and sustainable energy reviews

       The article "Alternative pathways for efficient CO2 capture by hybrid processes—A review" by our group Chunfeng Song and other teachers was accepted by Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews.
       This paper reviews the shortcomings of the existing single CO2 capture technology, and points out that the combination of two or more technologies, that is, the composite technology, has attracted more and more attention, and the advantages of high capture efficiency and low energy consumption of the composite technology have Cause more and more research. This article has reviewed a large number of composite technologies based on adsorption, absorption, membrane separation and low temperature, summarized their advantages and challenges, and provided a lot of research data for researchers in this area.        Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews has an impact factor of 8.050. It is mainly used to exchange the most interesting and relevant critical thinking in renewable and sustainable energy to bring the research community, the private sector, and policy makers together. The goal of the magazine is to share problems, solutions, come up with new ideas and technologies to support the transition to a low-carbon future and achieve the global emissions targets set by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. It mainly includes energy resources, applications, utilization, environment, technology and socio-economic aspects, systems and sustainability.

Qingling Liu,PhD, Professor
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Biography: Graduated in 2008 in Dalian University of Technology with PhD degree, 2008-2010 worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher Fellow...
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