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Carbon dioxide captured from power plants could make geothermal energy more practical.
Coatings and composites ease the air-traffic worries dogging wind power.
A continuously variable transmission could lead to cheaper wind power–if it is rugged enough.
Gasifying coal underground could slash the cost of carbon capture–but don’t hold your breath for it to happen.
A novel gasification process for low-quality coal heads to China.
Forecasters see no need for new coal and nuclear power plants.
Nordic Windpower’s two-bladed rotors depart from conventional wind-power design.
If the United States wants to build a market-based approach to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it should learn from Europe’s failures.