But we already had a source of energy that works all the time called fossil fuels. POTUS promptly restricted its use when he took office. The best form of it is natural gas. I happen to live three miles from the end of natural gas service. In the early part of the twentieth century the governments worked to electrify the nation. Why can't a similar effort be done to bring natural gas service to rural areas. I read once that eight potential customers per mile is necessary to justify putting in the pipeline. With proper programs in place that requirement could be effectively lowered, say to two.
By the way, aren't there myriad marine animals that naturally sequester carbon? Use them.
My daughter lives near Austin Texas. The ground is limestone, so new you can still make out the creatures that formed it.