Carbon capture and storage finally approaching debut

Long-awaited method to rein in carbon emissions still faces hurdles and doubts

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POCKETING POLLUTION  Carbon capture and storage can cut up to 90 percent of carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. With more than a dozen false starts, the technology has yet to be demonstrated on a commercial scale. Two projects nearing completion could soon change that. 

Nicolle Rager Fuller

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