AEP: Lack of climate regulation killed $668m CCS project

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Government's failure to bring in emissions limits left commercial-scale trial uneconomic

US utility American Electric Power (AEP) has blamed the failure of Congress to advance climate legislation after announcing late last week that it has mothballed its $668m plan to fit commercial-scale...

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