Clean Hydrogen, CCS Turbocharged by US Regulations

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Newly proposed US greenhouse gas regulations for power plants send a powerful signal in favor of clean hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS), the main options offered for fossil fuel plants to comply and stay in operation. The rules are controversial on one hand, because neither technology is cost effective today. On the other hand, the rule itself is bound to spur more investors and utilities to think seriously about diving into the emerging markets.

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