12 May '12, 10pm

Carbon Capture and Storage Growth Stalled in 2011

Carbon Capture and Storage Growth Stalled in 2011

Carbon capture and storage, more commonly known as CCS, refers to the technology that attempts to capture carbon dioxide from its anthropogenic source—often industry and power generation systems—and then store it in permanent geologic reservoirs so that it never enters the atmosphere. The United States is the leading funder of large-scale CCS projects, followed by the European Union and Canada. The new Worldwatch report, part of the Institute’s Vital Signs Online series of analyses of environmentally related trends and data, discusses a number of new CCS projects and facilities throughout the world. Among these is the Century Plant in the United States, which began operating in 2010.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2012/05/12/carbon-capture-and-st...

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