State Best Practices Guide for Decarbonizing Industry

The State Best Practices Guide for Decarbonizing Industry pairs state-level policy recommendations with real-world examples of state legislation in use or under consideration across the United States. This unique pairing will aid state decision makers and advocates seeking to cut emissions from essential industrial sectors such as cement, steel, and chemicals by providing a starting point for policy development and state planning.

Our Work: I3 Responds to Federal Requests for Information  

To help shape implementation of the IRA, the General Services Administration, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service have released formal requests for information and comment. The Industrial Innovation Initiative submitted responses to four such requests, providing the industrial perspective on what additional guidance, clarity, or support is necessary for the effective implementation of industrial provisions within the IRA.

Laying the Foundation of Cement and Concrete Decarbonization

Decarbonizing the industrial sector has long been challenging due to the number of different subsectors and the variety of emissions sources. This is the first post in a series that will break down the complexities of industrial emissions by walking through the top four industrial subsectors and how we can decarbonize them. First up, decarbonizing our concrete landscape.

Carbon Action Alliance Launches to Spur Carbon Reduction Efforts Nationwide

The Great Plains Institute today launched the Carbon Action Alliance, a new initiative to align and grow a network of government, industry, labor, environmental, and community partners to work together toward a common goal of achieving economywide deployment of carbon management and industrial decarbonization technologies in the United States to achieve net-zero emissions by midcentury.