The Industrial Innovation Initiative (I3) releases a statement regarding the Department of Energy's seven Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub selections.
Decarbonizing the industrial sector has long been challenging due to the number of different subsectors and the variety of emissions sources. This is the second 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. Second on the list: decarbonizing steel.
As the US moves toward achieving its goals to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 50 percent compared to 2005 levels by 2030, and to net zero by 2050, clean hydrogen has emerged as a critical resource for decarbonizing energy-intensive sectors of the economy. A new report from the Industrial Innovation Initiative and Carbon Solutions, [...]
The Landscape of Clean Hydrogen report charts regional opportunities for clean hydrogen hubs and considers the immense scale of new hydrogen production needed to meet our nation’s climate goals.
The Industrial Innovation Initiative prepared a response to EPA’s request for information to support programs to lower embodied greenhouse gas emissions associated with construction materials and products.
Green purchasing, or procurement, is one of the most effective policy measures to drive important early demand for low-emission cement, concrete and steel. Along with other enabling policies, green procurement can help accelerate progress toward net-zero emissions in industrial sectors.
I3 responds to the Office of Clean Energy Demonstration's Request for Information on the Use of Demand-side Support for Clean Energy Technologies.
The US Department of Energy can support the development of a clean hydrogen economy that centers high-quality, family-sustaining jobs by ensuring that the federal investments made through the H2Hubs program include concrete labor standards, including putting workers at the center of the equitable transition to new forms of energy production.
Senators Chris Coons (D-DE) and John Cornyn (R-TX) reintroduce package of bills to support the demonstration and adoption of hydrogen technologies in key end-use sectors.
In February 2023, the Industrial Innovation Initiative (I3) hosted an introductory webinar on industrial decarbonization for states, given the critical role they will play in reducing US industrial emissions. Supported by recent federal funding, namely from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act, states are positioned to create a regulatory and policy landscape [...]