How clean coal could make a tidy profit from tax credits

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May 30, 2018

Energy Institute Research Associate Josh Rhodes examines the recent extension / expansion of a tax credit for carbon capture, which he argues has potential to radically change the economics of some power plants, and might even put some back in the black. As Rhodes writes in a recent op-ed in Forbes, the most polluting plants have the most incentive to retrofit. Read more.

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