FutureGen: A Brief History and Issues for Congress

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Mattoon, Illinois chosen as FutureGen power plant and sequestration site. Neither power plant nor sequestration site will be located in Mattoon, IL. Share This Story!

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Molly F. The Bush administration shelved FutureGen in as costs soared for the project, which was slated for construction in Illinois. The Obama administration later reimagined and revived FutureGen as a scaled-back project to retrofit an existing plant.

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The Congressional Research Service has a history of the project and its costs through the years here. That progress will continue to benefit our broad clean coal portfolio, helping to further the deployment of carbon capture and storage projects and the development of next-generation technologies," Gibbons said.

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DOE also noted several billion in federal funding committed for other "clean coal" efforts, vowing that it "remains committed to advancing the widespread deployment" of the technologies. Dick Durbin of Illinois, the upper chamber's second-ranking Democrat, mourned the loss of the project in his state.

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