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UK Energy Secretary Ed Miliband has announced that the UK budget will include funds for 2, and possibly 4, demonstration coal-fired power plants that will be used to prove, or disprove, the technology to capture and store CO2 emissions underground. The technology is not yet proven, and would only initially apply to just 25% of power stations' output. In 2008, coal-fired power stations provided 31% of the UK's electricity, but a third of existing plants are due to close in the next ten years. See http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/8014295.stm.