Kyoto spurs new solutions to CO2 emissions management

The Kyoto agreement has sparked a host of new projects developing innovative solutions to reduce CO2 emissions, including the separation of CO2, followed by the underground storage, use in oil recovery or sale to greenhouse owners.


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These include a Dutch initiative to separate CO2 from the emissions of cogeneration power plants, for use in commercial greenhouses, and plans by the Norwegian company, Norsk Hydro, to build a hydrogen-fuelled power plant.

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