The letter recommends a prioritized set of information that the Department of Energy should share and includes recommended timeline.
Clean Air Task Force joined Pacific Environment in submitting joint comments to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) on proposed amendments to California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard.
This analysis looks at key factors for producing low-carbon alternative fuels and opportunities for managing the costs of transitioning.
Clean Air Task Force, together with the policy and advocacy consultancy Stonehaven, conducted public polling on awareness and perception of clean energy technologies (including advanced nuclear energy, carbon capture and storage (CCS), low-carbon hydrogen, and superhot rock (SHR) geothermal energy) across six different European countries: Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, and the United Kingdom (UK). This presentation explores the results…
Hydrogen is increasingly seen as an option for decarbonizing certain emissions sources and sectors where direct electrification or other low-carbon options might not be technically or economically feasible.
Cost forecasts for ‘clean’ hydrogen are an important consideration for many industries as they seek to develop strategies for decarbonizing their operations.
Global efforts to decarbonize are expected to create a strong demand for hydrogen produced through clean electricity-powered electrolyzers.
On Monday, November 13, 2023, Clean Air Task Force Appalachia Regional Hubs Manager, Sam Bailey, provided testimony before the Pennsylvania House of Representatives public hearing on hydrogen hubs and climate change.