The Hill reports that the U.S. House of Representatives may not move forward with a vote on climate change legislation this year.
This will no doubt disappoint liberal funder George Soros who is investing in Powerspan, a company that makes coal-plant carbon dioxide capture technology. From the Business Insider report:
Powerspan says the technology should catch 90% of CO2 emissions, with the North Dakota plant resulting in 1 million tons of caputured CO2 annually. The captured CO2 will then be sold to companies that use it to extract oil from the ground.
With a bill that regulates carbon dioxide on its way from Congress, technology like this , if it works could prove to be very lucrative.