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Freezing Obama’s climate policy may help adoption of clean coal technology

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World Coal,

Clean Coal Technologies, Inc., an emerging cleaner-energy company utilising patented technology to convert untreated coal into a cleaner burning and more efficient fuel, has recognised the Supreme Court's decision to freeze the Obama Climate Policy, believing it could lead to wider adoption of their newly proven technology.

"The court's decision to temporarily freeze President Obama's climate policy clearly opens the door for CCTI to aggressively move forward in deploying our proven new technology throughout the US, to help a wide range of industries continue to use coal for their energy needs," commented CCTI CEO, Robin Eves.

"By removing the moisture, reducing the volatiles, and increasing the BTUs through CCTI's Pristine-M process, a more efficient coal can be burned thereby lowering the carbon footprint for those using coal," Eves added.

"CCTI is dedicated to finding a solution and supporting the coal and power industries throughout the US and internationally. The continued negative sentiment on the coal industry is unfounded and unwarranted. This decision by the Supreme Court gives us the opportunity to show the world that coal can be used more efficiently, and sustained as a major contributor to the global energy slate by the introduction of proven and economically viable technology," concluded Eves.

Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs

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