China Wants to Cut Down on Coal-And T...

China Wants to Cut Down on Coal-And That's Bad for Global Warming

There are 1 comment on the BusinessWeek story from Sep 30, 2013, titled China Wants to Cut Down on Coal-And That's Bad for Global Warming. In it, BusinessWeek reports that:

A worker moves coal briquettes onto a pedicab at a coal distribution business in Huaibei, central China's Anhui province on January 30, 2013.

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Etobicoke, Canada

#1 Sep 30, 2013
The issue is that coal is bad for China.
http://tinyurl.com/nqsypwh

The other issue is that natural gas (methane) has a higher GHG potential. This assumes leaks in the pipes.

Also assumed is that the 'scrubber technology' is absent or inefficient, which is nonsense. Simple lime treatment will take out ALL SOx, NOx, mercury, particulates etc after the 'water shift reaction'.

This point is ignored which suggests a 'bias' in the authors treatment.

Basically it is IGCC with the gas generation separate from the electricity generation. It COULD be badly done but at least it would fix China's smog problems.

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