Michigan Coal Plant Eyes BECCS Retrofit: Could Become First U.S. Facility with ‘Carbon-Negative’ Power

CMS Energy’s subsidiary NorthStar Clean Energy has given Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) the green light to start initial work on converting a 73-MW coal-fired power plant in Michigan into a […]

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NorthStar Clean Energy and Tondu Corp. are exploring converting the 73-MW TES Filer City Station, a coal and waste wood plant in Filer City, Michigan, to bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). Courtesy: Tondu Corp

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