Powerfuel to Build First 90% Carbon-Free Power Station Should Next Year

Britain’s first gas-fired power- station that captures 90 percent of its carbon dioxide emissions is to be built by Powerfuel Plc, a mining and energy company, and Calix Ltd., an Australian cement manufacturer, the Financial Times reported.

The 10-megawatt demonstration plant, which should be operating within 12 months, will be located near Doncaster, northern England, the newspaper said.

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