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U.S. Revives Coal-Fired Power Plant

The Department of Energy committed yesterday to spend $1 billion in economic stimulus funds to restart plans for a controversial coal-fired power plant that promises to capture 60 percent of its carbon dioxide emissions and trap them underground.

 

The announcement, which would provide about half the funds needed to design and construct the research plant, does not mean it will ultimately be built.

 

Source: Washington Post

 

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