Pennsylvania to study carbon capture and storage

05/29/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources plans to study ways to capture carbon emissions from the state's coal plants. The agency will retrofit up to eight coal plants with equipment to liquefy emissions and inject the emissions underground. The first step is selecting an underground storage site through a $7 million geologic assessment.

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