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U.S. EPA's proposed plan to regulate carbon emissions from power plants would result in an increase in jobs economywide-- mainly because of a drop in electricity prices over the long term, according to a new report from the University of Maryland and ...
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Capitol SkyMine, the first-of-its-kind, commercial-scale carbon capture and utilization facility, is to be honored tomorrow with an Air Quality Stewardship Award from the Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) at San Antonio’s Earth Day event at Woodla ...
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One of Australia's largest power generators AGL Energy has vowed to abandon traditional coal-fired electricity by 2050 and focus its investment on renewable energy. AGL Energy's new chief executive Andy Vesey, who wants to make his stamp on the ...
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I was perplexed to read Christopher Jay's article, "Carbon emissions could be making the world greener" (AFR, April 9). He contends that our climate concerns could soon be over as a result of increased biomass on earth. If only it were that ...
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SaskPower is looking forward to the completion of the carbon capture test facility at the Shand Power Station this year. Construction manager Kevin Beck, speaking at Shand's open house on April 12, said they expect to have the test facility operating ...

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