Jeff McMahon of Forbes reports that NET Power is building four zero-emissions gas plants.
- NET Power’s new plants capture CO2 while lowering the cost of energy.
- Once captured, the CO2 is either combined with oxygen to combust more gas or used to create commercial products such as carbonated soda or building materials.
- NET Power’s efforts highlight how the free market is leading the way to lowering our emissions.
“The NET Power plant captures the carbon dioxide that traditional plants spew into the atmosphere. It uses that CO2 under pressure, when the gas acquires some of the qualities of a liquid, to capture heat from the plant.”
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