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decarbonization

green hydrogen
Elizabeth McCarthy

Los Angeles plans to jump-start a green hydrogen market in the US

LA wants to fuel its public utility with carbon-free hydrogen. Can it break through the nascent industry’s economic and technical challenges?

Los Angeles plans to jump-start a green hydrogen market in the US
decarbonization
Jeff St. John

The decarbonization gap that's splitting Colorado Democrats

A new analysis offers criticism — and potential solutions — in the battle between an incentives-based approach and demanding mandatory emissions limits.

The decarbonization gap that's splitting Colorado Democrats
coal
Amanda Myers, Mike O’Boyle

The US coal fleet is running out of time and money. What comes next?

New analysis shows that four out of five U.S. coal plants cost more to run than new local renewables.

The US coal fleet is running out of time and money. What comes next?
green steel
Jay Stein

Joe Biden’s Green New Steel

Steel-making is one of the world's most carbon-intensive industries. New technologies and proactive policy interventions could change that.

Joe Biden’s Green New Steel
Biden administration
Emma Foehringer Merchant

Can federal tax credits help build the transmission needed to green the US grid?

President Biden and Democrats in Congress home in on support for hard-to-build transmission as a linchpin for meeting clean energy goals.

Can federal tax credits help build the transmission needed to green the US grid?
Biden administration
Jeff St. John

The policy pathways to cut US carbon emissions in half by 2030

Energy Innovation's models show that technologies and policies can cost-effectively meet President Biden’s carbon-cutting commitments. The politics are another matter.

The policy pathways to cut US carbon emissions in half by 2030