Carbon Capture and Storage In Germany

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In February 2009 the Germany Economy and Environment ministries, Bloomberg reported, "approved a draft law regulating carbon capture and storage that they expect parliament to pass before federal elections in September."[1]

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  1. Jeremy van Loon, "German Ministries Approve Carbon Storage Plan, Expect Passage", Bloomberg, February 19, 2009.

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