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Comment Posted 100327 WashPost on CO2 sequestering.

Little question now remains that carbon dioxide capture and storage work, but just as with renewable energy sources, the real questions remain scope and cost. The volumes of compressed gas to be stored are much larger than volumes of coal that were burned. There will not be large enough underground reservoirs to hold the amounts of carbon dioxide being released today. The cost estimates for the FutureGen project suggest that wholesale electricity rates could more than double. So it would be unwise to count on capture as more than one part of a program to reduce emissions. There will surely have to be a portfolio of other efforts, including renewables and conservation.

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