Materials for Sulfur-Resistant Catalysts in Biofuel Reforming are a FocusAuthor(s): Amelia Williams
Biofuel reforming is a potential method for low-carbon, renewable hydrogen production right now. An active and stable catalyst sits at the heart of the process, which can help to improve the technology's efficiency. We hope to cover the more relevant literature on heterogeneous catalysts for biofuel reforming with better sulphur tolerance with this study. Sulfur poisoning is presented in its most basic form. The basic principles of biofuel reformation are given in the third section, and recent advances in the development of sulphur resistant catalysts are discussed in the fourth section, which distinguishes the role of the metal (noble and non-noble) from that of the support. Today's energy business has a challenging problem in order to contribute to decarbonization: Meeting the contemporary energy needs of an ever-increasing population while also limiting greenhouse gas emissions. On the one hand, there are potential alternatives for meeting future energy demand, such as waste energy recovery and other renewable energy generation technologies.