2017-03-09: Author: Katherine Murphy
Read complete article here: The Guardian
'Clean' coal won't be commercially viable before 2030, energy analysis says
Ironic that eventually id will be money that saves the enviornment. ie: No more coal fired power stations due to the cost, not due to them being a massively polluting technology.
This is also confirmation of sorts that they themselves realise this, and just pretend that the don't.
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