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Timothy Laing ()
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Timothy Laing: University of Brighton

Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 4, 285-286

Abstract: The transition to a low-carbon energy system requires a huge range of materials for the technologies needed. Now a study highlights how large the demand for aluminium could be with rapid photovoltaic adoption, which could have a massive carbon footprint if action is not taken in the sector.

Date: 2022
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