In this Planet Philadelphia aired 7/16/21 we hear about a new way to think about coal. What if we could continue to use coal, preserve the jobs related to coal, and simultaneously reduce or eliminate the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by burning coal for fuel – and reduce GHG gases in the building sector. We talk about all this with Dr. Nicola Ferralis, Research Scientist in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at MIT and Program Manager for the MIT Energy Initiative Low Energy Carbon Center on Energy Storage.
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