Plans for Welsh 'clean coal' plant puts CO<SUB>2</SUB> capture on the agenda

Clean coal technology has taken a significant step towards reality with proposals for a 480MW gasification plant in south Wales. The developers have suggested that the station's emissions of carbon dioxide could be captured and stored - and are also aiming to produce hydrogen to stimulate a new "hydrogen economy" in the region.

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