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Too bad the IRA has pegged CCS as the main solution for carbon sequestration, it is not. Look at Blue Planet Systems Web Link

“Our aggregate makes concrete carbon negative, transforming the built environment from a carbon burden, to a carbon sink.”

While we need larger companies that can do carbon sequestration at scale, we also need the right technology that will ensure it is done safely. Putting all our carbon sequestration eggs in the CCS basket is unwise. The mineralization of CO2 guarantees there will be no leakage and permanence of the process while supplying needed building materials.

It is very difficult to always look at the big picture when we see so much failing closer to home.

[Rest of comment removed since not relevant to this post. @Bystander, if you would like to discuss the reliability of Palo Alto’s power, please see Web Link Thank you!]

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