Cleaner production focuses on reducing the use of natural resources and minimizes the waste generated from the process. It also focuses on how to prevent these wastes at the source by the use of cleaner.
Cleaner energy systems focuses on theoretical and practical issues majorly concerning about energy systems that reduces and eliminates negative impacts on environment and human health, thus increases natural and human capital.
Cleaner Environmental Systemeaner environmental systems applies sustainability assessment tools including life cycle assessment, energy, exergy, supply chain, value chain, techno-economic analyses etc.
Cleaner and sustainable materials are the cleaning products that are good for health and the planet which prevents unnecessary chemicals from being released into the environment. Baking soda, lemon and vinegar are natural cleaners which are mostly used for cleaning.
Cleaner Chemical engineering includes all aspects of combustion, pyrolysis, gasification, sustainable thermo-chemical technologies, fundamental physical and chemical aspects of traditional and novel fuel sources, reaction kinetics, pollutant emissions, pollutant formation, soot and particulates, IC engine combustion, gas turbine combustion, furnace combustion, dual fuel, ammonia, clean coal concept, biomass, biofuel and waste, multiphase flows and sprays, fuel introduction methods, fuel dispersion, droplet interactions, particle technology, particulate matter, new combustion technologies and energy storages.
Circular economy includes both biological and technical cycles. It is a model of production and consumption, which involves sharing, leasing, reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products as long as possible thus increases the life cycle of products.
Low Carbon Technologies
Carbon Footprint Management
Green House Gas Control and Air Quality Improvement
Recycling and Waste Management
Environmental Impact Assessment and Mitigation
Emerging Pollutants and Pollution Control
Environmental Health and Risk
Green and Eco-Design
Smart and Zero Energy Buildings
Cleaner Built Environment
Resource efficiency means using the Earth's limited resources in a sustainable manner while minimising impacts on the environment. It allows us to create more with less and to deliver greater value with less input. Value Chain refers to the various business activities and processes involved in creating a product or performing a service. A value chain can consist of multiple stages of a product or service's lifecycle, including research and development, sales, and everything in between.
Waste to energy is the process of generating energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from the primary treatment of waste, or the processing of waste into a fuel source. It is a form of energy recovery.
Energy Modeling and Design
Energy and Artificial Intelligence
Advanced Energy Systems
Hybrid Energies and Grid Systems
Smart Grids and Micro grids
The goal of de-carbonization is to achieve a low-carbon economy and attain carbon neutrality by eliminating fossil fuel combustion. This includes reducing the greenhouse gas emissions produced by the combustion of fossil fuels and capturing emissions and storing them in carbon sinks. Net zero is an ideal state where the amount of greenhouse gases released into the earth's atmosphere is balanced by the amount of GHGs removed. De-carbonization efforts are needed to reach net zero.
The carbon in CO2 enables the conversion of hydrogen into a fuel that is easier to handle and use. CO2 can also replace fossil fuels as a raw material in chemicals and polymers. CO2 can be utilized to develop renewable low-carbon fuels and high-value products, biofuels or bio-products. The CO2 can be captured from point-source emissions or the atmosphere.