U.S. Energy Department Spent over $1 Billion on Failed Carbon-Cutting Projects - The Ohio Star

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by Eric Lendrum Over the last decade, the United States Department of Energy (DOE) spent $1.1 billion on various projects that attempted to reduce carbon emissions through the practice of carbon capture and storage (CCS), only for the vast majority of these projects to either fail or be cancelled.
4 months ago·Columbus, United States

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U.S. Energy Department Spent over $1 Billion on Failed Carbon-Cutting Projects - The Ohio Star

by Eric Lendrum Over the last decade, the United States Department of Energy (DOE) spent $1.1 billion on various projects that attempted to reduce carbon emissions through the practice of carbon capture and storage (CCS), only for the vast majority of these projects to either fail or be cancelled.According to the Daily Caller, the waste of taxpayer money was revealed in a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report that was released in Decembe…

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