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The aluminium demand risk of terawatt photovoltaics for net zero emissions by 2050

Alison Lennon (), Marina Lunardi, Brett Hallam and Pablo R. Dias
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Alison Lennon: UNSW
Marina Lunardi: UNSW
Brett Hallam: UNSW
Pablo R. Dias: UNSW

Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 4, 357-363

Abstract: Abstract The broad electrification scenario of recent photovoltaics roadmaps predicts that by 2050 we will need more than 60 TW of photovoltaics installed and must be producing up to 4.5 TW of additional capacity each year if we are to rapidly reduce emissions to ‘net zero’ and limit global warming to

Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1038/s41893-021-00838-9

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