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Frontiers represent the boundary between the known and the unknown. As researchers attempt to push the frontier of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, they are encountering both tantalizing possibilities and daunting obstacles. We know that carbo ...
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The Scottish Government yesterday said the country’s renewable energy assets made it a net exporter of electricity. Responding to Tony Mackay’s criticism over Longannet, a spokesperson said the Government had a clear vision for the power sector. “A balanced mix of clean thermal generation
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A concerted push for clean-energy innovation is the only way the world can meet its climate goals, the International Energy Agency said on Monday as it released its flagship energy technology report. The report, Energy Technology Perspectives 2015 (ETP 2015), shows that despite a few recent success
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U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan will protect public health as much as a very stringent carbon tax would, but at less cost to consumers, a paper published today found. The paper, by researchers at Harvard University and the Washington, D.C., think tank Resources for the Future (RFF), says that a
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Deep beneath our feet, below mountains and mine shafts, a scientific transformation is taking place. Laboratories that were custom built to search for particles such as neutrinos, and most recently mysterious dark matter, are now being exploited by resear ...
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Teesside in the North East of England is heartland of UK industry. 'Ironopolis' the poem by Ian Horn illuminates the vital role which Teesside industry has played in the history of the world. Industrial exports from the Tees Valley span the worl ...
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Carbon capture and storage is the coal industry's – perhaps the world's – last best shot in the battle over climate change. The paradox of coal is that it has never been under more pressure, yet new coal-fired power stations continue to open at ...

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