bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS)
The California Air Resources Board has started developing a program to manage carbon capture and storage in the state, as required by legislation passed last year.
Former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz says BECCS is needed because "every damn tenth of a degree is really important," but environmentalists say the technology is not carbon negative.
Consultant William Strauss says Maine’s ports have a “huge shipping distance advantage” in the global industrial wood pellet fuel market.
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