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IEEFA webinar: Financial risks of carbon capture for coal-fired power plants, June 17th at 1 p.m. ET

June 10, 2020
David Schlissel

Much ado has been made over the potential of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology to reduce carbon emissions by permanently storing or recycling the captured CO2 for use in Enhanced Oil Recovery.  Several proposed projects, most notably the Kemper plant in Mississippi, were canceled because they were uneconomic. To date, only two CCS projects for coal have become operational globally, and are operating at much lower capacity than promised.  

Join IEEFA on June 17th at 1:00 p.m. ET for a free webinar with David Schlissel, IEEFA director of resource planning analysis.  Liz Stanton, executive director of Applied Economics Clinic will moderate a question and answer session for participants.

Register here for the webinar:   Financial risks of carbon capture for coal-fired power plants

This is a pre-conference session for IEEFA’s Energy Finance 2020 online conference.  If you would also like to register for the full conference, which will be held from July 14th to  July 30th, please visit our website here

David Schlissel

David Schlissel has over 30 years of experience as a regulatory attorney and consultant on energy and utility issues. He has testified as an expert witness before regulatory commissions in more than 35 states and before the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

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