The United States is making significant strides in its pursuit of a low-carbon hydrogen economy, with a recent report by consultancy Wood Mackenzie highlighting the importance of private investment in achieving the ambitious goals set by the Biden administration.
In an era where the race for sustainable energy sources is more critical than ever, Pennsylvania emerges as a pivotal player in President Joe Biden’s ambitious plan to decarbonize the United States.
The US government will announce on Friday the recipients of $7 billion in federal grants to build regional hydrogen hubs, three sources close to the matter told Reuters.
ExxonMobil, the largest U.S. oil company, is making headlines by lobbying the Biden administration for natural gas-derived hydrogen to qualify for subsidies under the Inflation Reduction Act. This move has ignited a debate about the role of fossil fuel companies in the transition to cleaner energy sources.
A potent coalition of over 180 conservation, Indigenous, faith, labor, and social justice entities have sounded a clarion call, urging the Biden administration to reconsider its rapid expansion plans for hydrogen investment.
The quest for a sustainable energy landscape has taken a significant leap as the Biden administration unveils a groundbreaking initiative – the Hydrogen Interagency Task Force.
New Mexico environmental coalition pushes Biden to reject hydrogen hub proposal In a letter to energy officials in President Joe…
Monolith Nebraska Energy and Chemical Company’s commercial project plans to sell hydrogen to the agriculture sector with a $1.4 billion loan guaranteed by the Ministry of Energy.
President Biden signed the $1.2 trillion bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law. This Act has a number of…
The Biden administration’s commitment to deploy 30 GW of offshore wind by 2030