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Increasingly, scientists are asking, rather than throwing away or storing CO2, how about recycling some of it? At laboratories around the world, researchers are working on ways to do just that.
Among the greatest revolutions of the modern world is one that most of us take for granted: electrification. When we flip on the light switch, turn on the TV, or plug in our cell phones, power is there, 99.99% of the time. But not long ago, that wasn’t the case.
Coal-fired power plants in the U.S. aren’t going to completely disappear anytime soon, despite climate policies discouraging them and natural gas-fired power plants beginning to eclipse them.