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Reykjavik Energy hopes to demonstrate carbon and hydrogen sulphur sequestration technologies within five years

One of the world's largest geothermal power companies is taking steps to virtually eliminate its environmental footprint over the next five years, through the use of a new carbon sequestration technology...

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