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With prospects dim for comprehensive climate legislation, companies focused on carbon emissions could fail or be forced to scale back their ambitions.
Its 100-kilowatt modules have been sold to Google, eBay, and Walmart.
The project will capture CO2 by using it to “loosen” the oil in existing wells.
Obama considers nuclear power and offshore drilling, backs off from cap and trade.
A U.S.-Chinese venture is out to prove the benefits of quick-charge buses.
Gasifying coal underground could slash the cost of carbon capture–but don’t hold your breath for it to happen.
If the United States wants to build a market-based approach to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it should learn from Europe’s failures.