The passage of the Production Tax Credit (PTC) and the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) means it’s time for the wind energy industry to get down to business in 2013. These Tax Credits bring stability to our industry and add momentum to the development of wind projects, providing hundreds of manufacturing facilities and thousands of jobs for America.
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Edward S. Rubin, Professor of Environmental Engineering and Science at Carnegie Mellon, will provide an overview of the recently released paper entitled "Toward a Common Method of Cost Estimation for CO2 Capture and Storage at Fossil Fuel Plants". The paper, co-authored with experts from U.S. Department of Energy, International Energy Agency, IEAGHG, Electric Power Research Institute, Global CCS Institute and ZEP, calls attention to the different assumptions and methods used to estimate CCS costs. In addition, the paper provides recommendations for a common methodology and improvements in key assumptions.