'The world’s largest carbon capture scheme is about to be fitted to a
2.7GW coal-fired power station in Texas at a total cost of $1bn.'
It's not cost-competitive unless oil is above $75/barrel, but it makes one wonder whether it would make economic sense if taxes were shifted onto pollution & away from profits. Perhaps there is just not enough incentive? As Ralph Nader said: 'Why not tax bads instead of goods?'
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