Canada proposes crackdown on coal-fired power

James S Murray
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Proposed standards would in effect ban coal-fired power stations without carbon capture capabilities

The Canadian government has proposed long-awaited rules that could result in the phasing out of coal-fired power plants that do not incorporate carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology. Announcing...

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