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Some energy-sector companies call for market incentives to cut CO2

A coalition of energy-sector business leaders is calling on Congress to revive legislation that would rely on market-based incentives to achieve cuts in carbon dioxide emissions. It also wants the government to promote innovation in energy generation and pollution-reduction technologies and to maintain a high degree of flexibility for legacy fuels -- such as coal and oil -- so that they can be integrated into a 21st-century energy mix.


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