Carbon Capture and Emission Controls
Carbon capture, utilization and storage technologies are gaining new attention as a possible path toward meeting decarbonization goals. Many governments and companies are investing in CCUS research and development, with pilot projects well under way. Additionally, EPA has proposed new emission standards for many coal and gas-fired plants that lean on technologies like carbon capture.
This track will focus on CCUS adoption and deployment, as well as the technical, economic, and policy challenges facing its widespread adoption. Speakers will also highlight state and federal emission regulations impacting power plant operations, as well as attainment goals and operational strategies to remain in compliance even as non-point-source air challenges increase.
- Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) adoption and deployment
- CCUS financing
- Tax credits and incentives
- Direct air capture
- Regulatory issues
- Emission standards for plants
- Carbon pricing
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