Heterogeneous catalysis plays a central role in the global energy paradigm, with practically all energy-related process relying
on a catalyst at a certain point. The application of heterogeneous catalysts will be of paramount importance to achieve the
transition towards low carbon and sustainable societies. This book provides an overview of the design, limitations and challenges
of heterogeneous catalysts for energy applications. In an attempt to cover a broad spectrum of scenarios, the book considers
traditional processes linked to fossil fuels such as reforming and hydrocracking, as well as catalysis for sustainable energy
applications such as hydrogen production, photocatalysis, biomass upgrading and conversion of CO2 to clean fuels. Novel approaches
in catalysts design are covered, including microchannel reactors and structured catalysts, catalytic membranes and ionic liquids.
With contributions from leaders in the field, Heterogeneous Catalysis for Energy Applications will be an essential toolkit
for chemists, physicists, chemical engineers and industrials working on energy.