I know this is the wrong forum to talk about this, but I thought it would be best explained by people who don't already know the answer. I saw the answer but could not understand how it came out to be so. Found this among my verbal questions for GRE study. I have omitted the superfluous details, so here it is: "Currently, technology that would capture carbon dioxide emitted by power plants and sequester it harmlessly underground or undersea instead of releasing it into the atmosphere might double the cost of generating electricity. But because sequestration does not affect the cost of electricity transmission and distribution, delivered prices will rise less, by no more than 50 percent. " Question: The passage implies what about the relation between current cost of generating electricity and the delivered price of electricity? I would be grateful if you could help me out with this. Thanks.