FutureGen 2.0

A clean energy project for job creation, cleaner air and safe, affordable energy. Learn more about the FutureGen 2.0 project in Morgan County.

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Carbon Capture and Storage

Essential technology to a clean energy future. Read an overview of carbon capture and storage technology.

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Community Corner

FutureGen 2.0 receives positive record of decision from Department of Energy, local citizens provide input into FutureGen Center design.

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Pipeline

The FutureGen 2.0 pipeline will safely transport CO2 from the Meredosia Energy Center to the storage site near Ashland.

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Labor Agreement Supports FutureGen’s Highly Skilled Workforce
April 14, 2014
Today the FutureGen Alliance announced the signing of an agreement between the FutureGen Alliance and seventeen local unions to support construction of the FutureGen 2.0 Project. Ken Humphreys, chief executive officer of the FutureGen Alliance, stated: “The signed agreement further guarantees a reliable, highly skilled workforce of women and men for the FutureGen 2.0 project. It also assures local unions that FutureGen 2.0 jobs will be governed by accepted union labor work rules and that wages and benefits will be determined by a standardized project labor agreement.

In the News: State clears way for FutureGen pipeline, electrical transmissions
The Jacksonville Journal-Courier, February 21, 2014
The Illinois Commerce Commission said the pipeline is consistent with the public interest, public benefit and the legislative purpose as set forth in the Carbon Dioxide Pipeline Transportation and Sequestration Act.

In the News: Feds decision clears the way for FutureGen plans
WLDS News, January 16, 2014
The FutureGen 2.0 project cleared a major hurdle today opening the door for construction to start later this year.  The U. S. Department of Energy has issued a favorable Record of Decision.

In the News: DOE environmental review favors carbon-storage plan
State Journal-Register, October 30, 2013
The FutureGen 2.0 carbon-storage project in Morgan County should go ahead with support from $1 billion in federal funding, the U.S. Department of Energy concludes in a final environmental study released Wednesday.

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FutureGen Citizens’ Board is an important component of the Alliance’s stakeholder engagement program to make the project more accessible to the community, to provide information to citizens in Morgan County and to insure that plans and decisions related to the CO2 storage, visitors and training facilities are as transparent as possible. The Board is made up of Morgan County citizens who hold a diversity of views on the project and have a variety of personal backgrounds. All members serve on a non-paid, volunteer basis in providing important input to the project.

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About the Alliance

The FutureGen Industrial Alliance was formed to partner with the U.S. Department of Energy on the FutureGen 2.0 project. It is a non-profit membership organization created to benefit the public interest, and the interests of science through research, development and demonstration of near-zero emissions coal technology.


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