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Carbon-capture and storage projects aren’t feasible for the U.S. coal fleet

Politico:

Carbon-capture and storage projects aren’t feasible for the U.S. coal fleet, according to a new report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, which advocates for sustainable energy sources. By tracking CCS projects at four North American coal-fired power plants, the report details how market forces undercut the economics of retrofitting carbon-capture technology, and how competing resources like renewables will likely always have the advantage.

Carbon-capture and storage projects aren’t feasible for the U.S. coal fleet

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