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A technology for generating electricity from coal without pollution achieves a milestone.
Using lime to scrub carbon dioxide from power plant smokestacks could cut emissions efficiently and cheaply.
Genetically engineered enzymes are the key to a new carbon-capture method.
Economists and utilities say the draft legislation could help avoid costly regulations.
Startup Porifera is developing membranes to separate greenhouse gases from smokestacks.
Despite subsidies and new projects, carbon dioxide sequestration is still a long way off.
The DOE’s backing revives a pioneering clean-coal project.