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Unlocking funding for climate action in U.S. industry

Why do we need to decarbonize the industrial sector? 

Nearly one-third of U.S. emissions come from industries such as cement and concrete, chemicals, and iron and steel manufacturing. Industrial sector emissions are primarily produced from burning fossil fuels for energy use and process heat. A net-zero economy by 2050 will require emission reductions from the industrial sector. Many manufacturing processes are hard to electrify and will require more zero- and low-carbon fuels in certain use cases and low-carbon technologies. 

The resources below share information about available federal funding to help decarbonize the industrial sector, explain technology options to achieve decarbonization goals, and support the deployment of clean energy projects with helpful research, tools, and education materials. 

Available federal resources to
decarbonize the industrial sector

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