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Sustainability: The Case for Carbon Capture and Storage

1:54 PM MDT | May 14, 2012 | —Alex Scott

Industry and governments around the world are investing billions of dollars in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies. There are challenges relating to the large scale adoption of CCS, however, as even wind power might provide cheaper and cleaner energy, and there are uncertainties whether CCS can achieve its goal of restricting global warming, analysts say. Chu: Pledging $4 billion to encourage CCS in the U.S. OEttinger: No future for fossil fuels without CCS. CCS, the capture of high-purity carbon dioxide (CO2) generated from fossil fuel power plants...

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