In A Blow To “Clean Coal,” Engie & Uniper Withdraw From Dutch Carbon Capture & Storage Project

Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorrath European power giants Engie and Uniper have withdrawn from a test project to capture and store carbon dioxide generated by one of several major new coal plants in the Netherlands, dealing yet another blow to the prospects of “clean coal” technology, in which the Australian government and fossil [&hellip

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