Federal ‘Inflation Reduction Act’ and WV HB4491 credited with making investment feasible
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Competitive Power Ventures (CPV) today (Friday, Sept. 16) announced that it has selected West Virginia for an 1,800 MW combined-cycle natural gas power station utilizing carbon capture and storage.
“CPV is pleased to work closely with West Virginia to bring this project to fruition in the comingyears. This project and technology represent a significant step forward for our nation in deploying low carbon, dispatchable generation critical to maintaining reliability as we address our collective concerns . . .
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