Yeah, Brad I agree. Those two words shouldn't generally be used together. Carbon Capture and Storage has great potential to allow society to continue to use Coal, but at this point I only see the potential and not the results. There are not ANY large-scale projects underway in Alberta despite $2 billion in investment, much research, and >50% of Alberta's power coming from Coal fired power plants. Your article mentions a date of 2015 before a pilot plant is underway, that means 6 more years of Coal Coal Coal, before anything happens? China's actually going to beat us to the first large scale CCS plant. We need solutions now, not more band aids. Now, Wind and Solar cannot displace coal, as they're only 'on' ~30-40% of the time. Research into and large-scale pilot projects of Geothermal Energy would be my best suggestion. We have a huge untaped resource in both the US and Canada, and all over the world really. Not to mention that it's on ~97% of the time, beating coal's capacity factor of ~70%. In summary, Geothermal is North Americas best bet to get displace coal-fired power plants, and stop the notion that coal is clean.