A research project under way at the University of Kentucky (UKY) is currently developing a solution to mitigate CO2 from gas- and coal-fired power plants using a novel algae-based process. "We are aiming to reduce the cost of the process to $300/tonne at which point the resell value of the algae will allow for break-even and carbon capture can operate at zero cost," Mark Crocker, lead researcher on the project told Gas to Power Journal.
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