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Clover, C. Clean fossil fuels 'will power world into next century.' Daily Telegraph. 8/12/2005

Fossil fuels will still be generating most global electricity at the end of this century with new technology pumping carbon emissions underground while the cost of a clean coal power stations was likely to be the same as nuclear or renewable energy but more publicly acceptable. Britain has launched an energy review that will examine such carbon capture and announced a partnership with Norway to look into pumping carbon dioxide from power stations into North Sea oil wells.

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