Carbon Capture - Going underground

Carbon capture and storage has been put forward as a viable option for keeping coal-fired power firmly on the energy agenda. Pauline McCallion finds out what stands in the way of this part of the climate change solution

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been presented as an enticing solution to climate concerns over the use of fossil fuels, particularly coal, for power generation.

Lowering emissions produced by coal is seen as essential in the battle against climate change, not only because coal is one of the more 'dirty' fuels, but because it is also relatively cheap and easy to access. Therefore its use is only likely to grow, especially in developing economies such as China and India. To meet the G8's

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