The carbon capture and storage (CCS) industry has received detailed guidance on its section 45Q tax credits from the US Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service, after a two-year wait. But with more clarity than ever on how the credits will work, traditional tax equity investors remain coy about whether they plan to leap into this potentially lucrative sector.

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