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In the belly of a sprawling power complex almost 150 miles north of Tokyo, embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co. has hatched a plan to boost its bottom line and breathe life back into towns of the Fukushima Prefecture dealt a deadly hand in 2011 of monster e ...
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Southern Co.'s Mississippi Power is promising to move away from burning coal at two of its power plants in a high-profile settlement with the Sierra Club announced today. In exchange, the environmental group is agreeing to drop years of litigation ag ...
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Sen. John Walsh (D-Mont.) last week introduced legislation meant to spur the commercial availability of power plants with carbon capture and sequestration. Walsh's bill, S. 2776, would fund 10 CCS units in 10 years. The idea is that building differen ...
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Laura Miller took an interest as mayor of Dallas, Texas in issues related to global climate change. Although Miller still hopes to make a difference, environmental issues are something she wishes students like her son, who recently graduated from high sch ...
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The Energy and Climate Change Committee warned of a "mismatch" between the level of Government ambition to support companies developing new technologies such as smart meters and renewable energy systems, and the resources allocated for it. Compa ...
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As underground injection for one carbon capture project in Decatur winds down, another could soon be underway. About 870,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide has successfully been taken from the Archer Daniels Midland Co. ethanol plant to be stored deep belo ...

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