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CATF Comments on EU Hydrogen Strategy
Clean Air Task Force has provided feedback on the European Commission’s roadmap for an EU hydrogen strategy. The strategy is expected to explore how clean hydrogen can help the EU reach climate-neutrality by 2050, as set out in the European Green Deal.
Testimony in Support of the Climate and Community Protection Act, S. 2992
View this testimony in support of the Climate and Community Protection Act, S. 2992 before the State of New York Senate-Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee.
Moving Forward with Zero-Carbon Hydrogen and Ammonia Fuels
In April 2018, member countries of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) announced an “initial strategy” for cutting the shipping sector’s greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2050. If the worst consequences of climate change are to be avoided, major industries like international shipping will need to do more than cut…
Fuels Without Carbon: Prospects and the Pathway Forward for Zero-Carbon Hydrogen and Ammonia Fuels
A new report from CATF explores how a massive scale-up in the production and use of zero-carbon hydrogen and ammonia might help decarbonize segments of the power sector, the industrial sector, and the transportation sector. Fuels Without Carbon looks at how the availability of zero-carbon hydrogen and ammonia fuels could help…
Designing Policies to Promote the Commercialization of Carbon-free Ammonia Energy
CATF thinks ammonia for zero-carbon fuels is likely to be an important tool in energy decarbonization.
More Ethanol, More Problems
The ethanol industry produces more ethanol than the US fuel market can readily use.
U.S. and Canada Take a Big Step to Phase Down the Use of Heavy Fuel Oil in the Arctic
In a joint statement released on December 20, 2016, President Obama and Prime Minister Trudeau announced numerous initiatives to protect the Arctic including (1) the designation of the vast majority of the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas as indefinitely off limits to offshore oil and gas leasing; (2) the launch of…
It’s Time to Phase Out Heavy Fuel Oil Use for Shipping in the Arctic
Today, the Crystal Serenity will make history as the first luxury cruise liner to sail through the remote Northwest Passage. The ship will depart from Alaska and cruise though the Bering Strait and the Northwest Passage before eventually arriving at its final destination in New York City. While numerous safety…