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May 26, 2024
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DOE Announces $890M in IIJA Funds for CCS Demonstration Projects
Awards Go to Power Plants in California, North Dakota and Texas
The Minnkota Power Cooperative's Milton R. Young coal-fired power plant in North Dakota would be the site of the co-op's carbon capture and sequestration project, Project Tundra, which has been selected for DOE funding of up to $350 million.
The Minnkota Power Cooperative's Milton R. Young coal-fired power plant in North Dakota would be the site of the co-op's carbon capture and sequestration project, Project Tundra, which has been selected for DOE funding of up to $350 million. | Minnkota Power Cooperative
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Coming on the heels of COP28 in Dubai - and its weak call for a reduction in fossil fuel use - some researchers and advocates continue to argue that the normalization of CCS will simply prolong the burning of fossil fuels and the emissions they produce.
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