March 21, 2012

CO2 Capture More Critical Than Renewables

Carin Hall, Energy Digital


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In an effort to curb climate change, renewable energy development and energy efficiency retrofits are only half of the equation in reducing the world's dependency on oil, coal and natural gas. While the burning of fossil fuels will remain a central component of the global energy matrix for at least another hundred years, developing technologies to capture some of the pollution in that space will be just as critical as developing alternatives to replace them in the future.

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TAGGED: Climate Change, Global Warming, Carbon Dioxide, Greenhouse Gas, Carbon Capture, Carbon Capture And Storage

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