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East Asian Transportation: Icebreaking into Low Carbon Future

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Popov S.P., Baldynov O., Korneev K., Maksakova D.V.
Johnson Matthey Technology Review. Vol.64. No.3. P.1-42.
2019
The energy transition paradigm consists in a substitution of fossil energy for renewable resources, and low carbon transportation is one of the most important issues within this process. The oil century introduced modern mobility to society, and since then petroleum supply has been a key to control transportation services. Energy security and environment issues, as well as business perspectives of innovative technological chains implementation at national and international stage, are major drivers for decarbonisation of the transportation services for East Asian economies. Policy, institutions and technological patterns toward less carbon footprints of the transportation sector are overviewed in the article. The emphasis is done on hydrogen technologies applications, corresponding drivers and ambitions of industrialised East Asian economies to establish hydrogen infrastructure at national stage. The major factors for the hydrogen technologies and hydrogen infrastructure developments in China, Japan, the Republic of Korea and Taiwan are briefly discussed. The role of the road transportation systems in such development is highlighted. Current energy consumption for transportation is described, some official documents are reviewed, and a snapshot of recent development is provided for each of these economies.

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Popov S.P., Baldynov O., Korneev K., Maksakova D.V. East Asian Transportation: Icebreaking into Low Carbon Future // Johnson Matthey Technology Review. Vol.64. No.3. 2019. P.1-42. DOI: 10.1595/205651320X15754571576319 https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/matthey/jmtr/pre-prints/content-jm_jmtr_popovjul20

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