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How the EU can certify low-carbon hydrogen
Recently, the European Commission delivered an important message: Europe will not be able to produce all the hydrogen it will require to decarbonise hard-to-electrify sectors such as steel, high-temperature industrial process heat, and shipping.
CATF joins cross-sector collaborative to decarbonize Pennsylvania, advance carbon capture and hydrogen
CATF joined Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and more than 50 elected officials, labor unions, companies, environmental organizations, and academic institutions this week to launch the Pennsylvania Energy Horizons Cross-Sector Collaborative.
EU clean tech ambition spreads beyond Western Europe in latest Innovation Fund announcement
Yesterday, the EU Innovation Fund announced its second round of large scale projects, with an additional four carbon capture and storage and three hydrogen projects getting funding.
President Biden announces new global efforts to reduce methane emissions, advance clean energy, and decarbonize transportation at Major Economies Forum
President Biden announced a series of global initiatives to increase energy security and address climate change at the Major Economies Forum.
Open Letter to European Parliament and Council of the EU on AFIR and FuelEU Maritime Proposals
Broad industry-NGO coalition calls for EU hydrogen quota for shipping.
CATF provides EPA with guidance to decarbonize U.S. power sector
Clean Air Task Force harnessed its legal and technical expertise in the Clean Air Act, power sector, and climate pollution abatement to provide the EPA with detailed comments.
What makes for a good clean hydrogen hub?
Low-emissions hydrogen is a critical component of the climate change solution set, and it is likely to play a major role in affordably achieving full, economy-wide decarbonization by midcentury while meeting the world’s growing energy needs.
Open Letter to Members of the European Parliament on the Emissions Trading System and Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
Open letter to Members of the European Parliament: time to vote for an EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) and a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) that work for the climate and support industrial transformation.