Actually, the baking soda solution is pretty cheap and creates a solid that can be readily handled without a large danger of re-releasing the CO2. It beats me why the coal companies aren't promoting this technology to all their utility customers.
So, do a judo move, and use Mr O's own arguments to help save coal - by writing to the Board of Directors insisting that they adopt CHEAP, EASILY IMPLEMENTED CARBON CAPTURE TECHNOLOGY! LOL - Google "baking soda carbon capture"
Hey, that's not a bad idea - ACI could be had for a measly $250 million. Heck, the Sharks on Shark Tank could scrape that together themselves!
Google "baking soda carbon capture." Coal fired electrical generating plants could be compliant with EPA regs overnight - but someone seems to have missed this - I wonder why? LOL
ACI and the other Coals could even provide the devices free to utilities, and not suffer much of a cost - but maybe they're too stupid, or too short themselves... hmm? LOL.. Google "baking soda carbon capture."
Either the coal companies are too stubborn to let the Warmers have their baby bottle, and won't promote this simple technology to electrical utilities. Or - maybe they're too stupid? Or maybe they themselves are short their own stock? LOL! Google: "baking soda carbon capture"
Lawrence Livermore Labs recently announced a new technology that inexpensively and efficiently captures CO2 emissions from coal fired plants, utilizing common everyday baking soda. Why do the Greenies and Warmers denounce this technology? Is it simply because they hate Coal, and want to deprive Americans of inexpensive energy that can now be provided by environmentally friendly coal?
Coal represents an efficient and inexpensive means of generating electrical energy. Now, an environmentally friendly and efficient means exists to capture CO2 from coal fired plants via a technology that utilizes common, everyday baking soda (see the Lawrence Livermore Labs site that announces this new technology.) Yet, this is not good enough for the Greenies who want to bankrupt coal companies. What is their agenda? Are they not traitors to America, when they attempt to bankrupt an entire industry that provides cheap, reliable, safe, environmentally friendly power to the American people?
... but because they hate America. Cheap carbon capture technology developed by Lawrence Livermore Labs, utilizing common everyday baking soda, can be deployed at coal fired plants to easily and safely capture CO2 emissions. But this is not good enough for Greenies. They want to bankrupt coal companies - the source of cheap electrical energy for the American people.
Lawrence Livermore Labs recently announced a new, inexpensive technology that allows coal fired electrical generating plants to capture CO2 by using the same substance in common everyday baking soda. This new technology immediately undermines the Warmers' and the Greenies' objection to coal! Every electrical utility that employs coal fired plants should immediately adopt this new carbon capture mechanism in order to continue to provide inexpensive electrical power to their customers!
Yes, that's right - coal is friendly to the environment! Lawrence Livermore Labs recently announced a new technology that cheaply and efficiently captures CO2 emissions from coal fired plants utilizing the substance in common, everyday baking soda! Now coal - an energy source that contains more thermal energy per unit of mass than any other fossil fuel - can be inexpensively and safely used in an an environmentally friendly manner to generate inexpensive energy for all the world! Greenies and Warmers alike should embrace this technology as a solution to the world's energy needs!
Coal is cheap, contains more thermal energy per mass than other fossil fuels, and is now environmentally friendly, as baking soda carbon capture technology allows CO2 to be easily and inexepensively captured from coal fired operations! Greenies and Warmers alike should be embracing clean, efficient coal!
Cheap and efficient carbon capture technology utilizing the same substance in common everyday baking soda will almost totally eliminate CO2 emissions from coal fired plants. Thus, there would be no basis for law suits against coal plants that utilize this cheap and easily installed fix.
Cheap carbon capture technology utilizing baking soda will enable these Japanese built coal plants to operate with virtually zero carbon emissions.
The Skyonic Corporation is already in beta test for this technology. It should be ready to fully deploy on a commercial basis within a year.
Someone wants to assure access to a safe and reliable source of palladium, i.e.,palladium that does NOT reside in Russia or South Africa.