“Partnership seeks technologies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired plants” – The Lane Report, 21 July 2014

Kentucky is currently building its first carbon capture pilot unit at Kentucky Utilities Company’s E.W. Brown Generating Station in Harrodsburg. The $19.5 million project has been funded by national, state, and educational entities to help Kentucky’s lifeblood, coal, from becoming … Continue reading

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“Carbon Dioxide Hits Atmospheric Milestone” – Wall Street Journal, 10 May 2013

The Mauna Loa Observatory (MLO) in Hawaii, an atmospheric research facility that has monitored and collected data related to atmospheric change since 1958, has recorded that the US has reached its highest daily average concentration of carbon dioxide  – 400 … Continue reading

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Underground Recovery, LLC Granted Patent for Innovative Process that Generates Electricity from Coal and Other Fossil Fuels without Carbon Emissions

Fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas have been, are, and will remain some of the most abundant energy sources in the world, especially in the US. Despite the benefits of fossil fuel recovery — such as underground coal mining … Continue reading

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“EPA to be ‘flexible’ on carbon standards” – The Hill, 2 December 2013

The EPA recently announced that it will grant more flexibility to states in reaching new carbon emission regulations for power plants, which will hit huge coal producing states — West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio — hard. In addition to new … Continue reading

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