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May 23, 2013
Carbon Capture and Storage Headlines
Southern Co. replaces Miss. Power head as "clean coal" costs soar
Atlanta Business Chronicle (blog)-May 22
Holland said in an interview with the WSJ that he is now focused on developing an accurate forecast of what it will cost to complete the Kemper plant, expected to be completed in May of 2014.
Southern Co. CEO defends Kemper power project
Jackson Clarion Ledger-May 22
The head of Southern Co. called the decision to write off $540 million in extra costs on a Mississippi power plant "a bitter pill for us to swallow," but he defended the project Wednesday as a long-term investment for the large utility.
A close-up look at leading CCS project
The $1.24-billion project - the world's first commercial-scale CCS project at a coal-fired generating station - is the focal point of the three-day symposium, which has attracted about 100 delegates from 12 countries with an interest in CCS technology.
Climate Change Headlines
New Energy chief: Need to address climate change 'not debatable'
The Hill (blog)-May 22
"I am not interested in debating what is not debatable," Moniz said in his remarks at the Tuesday ceremony. "There is plenty to debate as we try and move forward on our climate agenda."
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