Well, its more interesting than CorbynWatch. So, Nature sez:
New power stations across Europe could be routinely fitted with carbon-dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technology within two years under a proposal by the European Commission.
Which had my jaw dropping. In 2 years? The technology simply isn’t ready. And predictably enough, the very next paragraph sez:
Next week, the commission will propose a directive on geological storage of CO2 that would require all new fossil-fuel combustion plants to have “suitable space on the installation site for the equipment necessary to capture and compress CO2″.
which is more believable: new plants will need to have a big empty space in case they want to fit CCS at some point in the future. That doesn’t seem too implausible: prehaps, while waiting for the tech, they can plant trees there instead.