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Decarbonizing the Power Sector

Power plants are facing a mandate to slash 90% of carbon emissions by 2030 or 2035. Learn how carbon capture and storage can help power plants reach NetZero.
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What's Inside

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new rules that require coal- and gas-fired power plants to reduce CO2 emissions by 90% by the years 2030 or 2035 (depending on category). Plants will want to select a decarbonization strategy soon, and carbon capture and storage (CCS) is an important option to consider.

Get info on CCS basics and benefits, the upcoming EPA mandate and plant decarbonization options - All to help you make the best decision for your facility.


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What is CCS?

Discover the basics on carbon capture and storage (CCS) and why it matters to power plants

Getting to NetZero

Learn why many power companies are adopting plans to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050

Pathways to Decarbonization

See a breakdown of benefits, drawbacks, costs and risks for the potential pathways to decarbonization for the power sector

Making Decarbonization Decisions

Visualize how decarbonization decisions strike a balance between reliability, economic factors, and the environment

Decarbonizing Existing Fossil Fuel Assets

Learn how CCS uniquely has the potential to meet emission reduction requirements while enabling continued use of existing power plant facilities

Get Started with CCS

Get the details on how and when to get started with CCS for your power plant(s)