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Can this North Dakota co-op prove the potential of carbon capture and storage?

Midwest Energy News published a story this morning about Project Tundra:

Carbon capture and storage advocates say Project Tundra will be different and represents an important harbinger of how coal can continue to coexist in an electric grid still requiring baseline power, especially in rural areas with thin renewable energy assets and brutal weather. Beyond simply burying carbon in caverns, capture advocates foresee a world where sequestered emissions from industrial plants become a commodity for sale to customers in need of it for their own production.

You can read the whole story here.


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