|CBO: Carbon capture efforts aren't going so well|
Washington Post (blog)
Coal may be dying in the United States, but it's still the world's preferred fuel for generating electricity — especially in China and India. And that's why many energy experts think it's so crucial to figure out how to capture carbon from all those ...
JD Supra (press release) -
The US Environmental Protection Agency is mulling a common-sense rule that, for the first time, would set caps on the carbon pollutants that future fossil fuel-fired power plants may lawfully emit. Carbon dioxide emissions from new plants would be ...
Bloomberg BNA -
Key Development: CBO says carbon capture and storage technologies will not be commercially viable unless the government sets a price on carbon or restricts emissions. By Avery Fellow Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is still too expensive to be ...
Monday, July 2, 2012
Posted by Michele Kearney at 10:41 PM