November 20, 2015
Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage
Carbon capture technology fuels NDP questions at Sask. Legislature
Questions about SaskPower's venture into carbon capture technology for its coal-fired power plant continue to dominate the political agenda in Regina where the opposition once again challenged the government on how the project is faring.
Mississippi Power finalizes permanent rate deal with regulators
The utility would refund its customers the difference between an earlier “emergency” rate increase and the new rates within 90 days with a one-time bill credit, which would add up to $22 for a household consuming 1,000 kilowatt hours per month.
More Coal, Oil, and Natural Gas Sanctions Carbon Capture and Storage
“CCS must be deployed to make deep cuts in CO2 emissions,” International Energy Agency
Research Only Beginning On Relationship Between El Niño, Climate Change
Wisconsin Public Radio News-November 19
Average worldwide temperatures are 0.4 degrees Celsius higher during El Niño years than La Niña years, reported the U.S. Global Change Research Program.