Capturing CO 2 from Coal-Fired Power Plants : Challenges for a Comprehensive Strategy

@inproceedings{Parker2013CapturingC2,
  title={Capturing CO 2 from Coal-Fired Power Plants : Challenges for a Comprehensive Strategy},
  author={Larry D Parker},
  year={2013}
}
Any comprehensive approach to substantially reduce greenhouse gases must address the world's dependency on coal for one-quarter of its energy demand, including almost half of its electricity demand. To maintain coal in the world's energy mix in a carbon-constrained future would require development of a technology to capture and store its carbon dioxide emissions. This situation suggests to some that any greenhouse gas reduction program be delayed until such carbon capture technology has been… CONTINUE READING
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