The capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) from a stationary source, such as a power plant, involves trapping, or capturing, the CO2 rather than allowing it to be released to the atmosphere. Image courtesy of CO2CRC. For more information on this process, check out our Low Emission Technologies PowerPoint.
A photograph of wind generators, part of a field of 20 near Ravenshoe on the Atherton Tablelands, Queensland. The generators are mounted on 44 metre towers and have rotor diameters of 46 m. They are able to generate 12 megawatts of electricity, enough to power about 3,500 homes.…
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