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On the 22nd, the National Development and Reform Commission and other departments released the "Implementation Plan for the Green and Low Carbon Advanced Technology Demonstration Project", proposing to lay out a number of projects with leading technological levels, outstanding emission reduction effects, coordinated pollution and carbon reduction, and obvious demonstration effects.
The relevant person in charge of the National Development and Reform Commission introduced that promoting carbon peak and carbon neutrality requires key support from technological innovation and application. At present, the implementation and application of advanced and applicable green and low-carbon technologies face problems such as high technology costs, large capital investment, and incomplete support policies, which urgently require strengthened support and guidance. The implementation of the green and low-carbon advanced technology demonstration project is a key measure to promote the formation of a competitive advantage in the green and low-carbon industry.
The plan divides green and low-carbon advanced technologies into three categories based on source carbon reduction, process carbon reduction, and end carbon sequestration. The source carbon reduction category proposes four key directions: advanced demonstration of non fossil energy, demonstration of clean and efficient development and utilization of fossil energy, demonstration of advanced power grid and energy storage, and demonstration of green hydrogen carbon reduction; The process carbon reduction category proposes three key technology categories in the fields of industry, construction, and transportation, while also proposing two key directions: pollution reduction and carbon reduction synergy, and low-carbon (near zero carbon) industrial parks; Three key directions have been proposed for the end stage carbon sequestration category, including full-scale CCUS demonstration, advanced and efficient carbon dioxide capture demonstration, and carbon dioxide resource utilization and carbon sequestration demonstration.