CATF experts to testify at Senate hearings on importance of critical carbon-free technologies
WASHINGTON — Two Clean Air Task Force (CATF) experts will testify this week at separate Senate hearings on the importance of advancing a full suite of carbon-free technologies to decarbonize the global economy.
On Wednesday, February 9th, at 10:00 am ET, CATF Executive Director Armond Cohen will provide testimony on the importance of nuclear energy as a carbon-free energy source at a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Legislative Hearing to examine S. 2373, the American Nuclear Infrastructure Act of 2021, and S. 1290, the STRANDED Act of 2021. Learn more about the hearing and access livestream details here.
On Thursday, February 10th, at 10:00 am ET, Jonathan Lewis, Senior Counsel and Director of Transportation Decarbonization will provide testimony on behalf of Mike Fowler, Director, Advanced Energy Technology Research at CATF on the importance of hydrogen to global decarbonization efforts at a Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Full Committee Hearing on Clean Hydrogen. Learn more about the hearing and access livestream details here.
Troy Shaheen, Communications Director, U.S., Clean Air Task Force, [email protected], +1 845-750-1189
About Clean Air Task Force
Clean Air Task Force (CATF) is a global nonprofit organization working to safeguard against the worst impacts of climate change by catalyzing the rapid development and deployment of low-carbon energy and other climate-protecting technologies. With 25 years of internationally recognized expertise on climate policy and a fierce commitment to exploring all potential solutions, CATF is a pragmatic, non-ideological advocacy group with the bold ideas needed to address climate change. CATF has offices in Boston, Washington D.C., and Brussels, with staff working virtually around the world.