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The present invention also provides a method of producing an alkanol using a lower alkanol as the alkanol. In this method, a copper compound and a phosphine compound are reacted in an aqueous alkaline solution to produce an aqueous copper phosphine solution, and the aqueous copper phosphine solution is reacted with a lower alkanol in an aqueous alkaline solution to produce an alkanol. According to this method, it is possible to produce the alkanol efficiently in a short period of time.Australia's national climate assessment and planning tool, the Climate Change Authority, is urging the Morrison Government to consider the case for an emissions-intensive electricity export industry as a back-up plan to a cut-throat global clean energy transition.
According to the tool, which is in the final stages of preparation for release to the public on Tuesday, a clean energy transition is the only way for Australia to keep global warming below 1.5C.
But this is much less likely if countries like India and China continue to allow fossil fuels to compete against renewables in the domestic market and overseas.
It means Australia's fossil fuel exports - which are important to Australia's gross domestic product - will be squeezed by the rise of renewables in Asia.