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EPA's Supreme Court win a boost for pending carbon rules A Supreme Court decision on Tuesday upholding U.S. rules that curb air pollution that floats across state lines was seen as a boost for the Environmental Protection Agency's upcoming plan ...
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Two plants to put ‘clean coal’ to test When Unit 3 at the Boundary Dam Power Station in Saskatchewan, Canada, switches on later this year after a lengthy refit, it will mark a historic moment for dirty coal power. It will be the first time that a commerci ...
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Toyota eyes state coal for hybrid cars VICTORIA’S brown coal could power Toyota’s next-generation hybrid under a multi-billion-dollar plan being promoted by the carmaker and developed by Japanese industrial giant Kawasaki Heavy Industries. The two compani ...
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European Investment Bank raises funding for CCS projects Innovative renewable energy demonstration projects and CO2 capture schemes across Europe will benefit from more than €2 billion raised by sales of 300 million emission allowances. The announcement w ...
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New hope for brown coal? The hunt for the holy grail of brown coal power generation is set to head to Japan, where a "world-first" trial will run 20 tonnes of Latrobe Valley coal slurry through a large diesel engine. Coming as part of the Brown ...
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Alberta continues investment in two CCS projects As part of its Budget 2014, Alberta continues to invest in two carbon capture and storage projects: the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line and Quest Project. In its Budget 2014, the Alberta government is investing $ ...
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Global CCS Institute regulatory test toolkit In 2013, the Victorian and Australian governments, in collaboration with the Global CCS Institute, deployed the Institute’s carbon capture and storage (CCS) regulatory test toolkit (the toolkit) for the first t ...

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