CCS at coal-fired plants to almost double cost of power production

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Report urges governments to lead carbon capture and storage projects as high costs deter private sector

The use of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology at coal-burning power plants would add 78 per cent to the price of producing electricity, according to a new report released yesterday. The report...

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