Nuclear energy and bio energy carbon capture and storage, keys for obtaining 1.5°C mean surface temperature limit Online publication date: Tue, 12-Sep-2017
by André Berger; Tom Blees; Francois-Marie Breon; Barry W. Brook; Marc Deffrennes; Bernard Durand; Philippe Hansen; Elisabeth Huffer; Ravi B. Grover; Claude Guet; Weiping Liu; Frederic Livet; Herve Nifenecker; Michel Petit; Gérard Pierre; Henri Prévot; Sébastien Richet; Henri Safa; Massimo Salvatores; Michael Schneeberger; Bob Wornan; Suyan Zhou
International Journal of Global Energy Issues (IJGEI), Vol. 40, No. 3/4, 2017
Abstract: A rapid development of nuclear energy production reaching 173 EJ/y in 2060 and 605 EJ/y in 2110 limits the Global Mean Surface Temperature (GMST) increase to 1.5°C with respect to preindustrial value, with a reduction of the stored carbon dioxide from 800 Gt in the original MESSAGE-Efficiency scenario to 275 Gt in the present one, while multiplying by 6 the Total Primary Energy Supply between 2015 and 2110.
Online publication date: Tue, 12-Sep-2017
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