It has been one year since the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) was signed into law. Public and private stakeholders alike have been hard at work over the last year developing and submitting applications for funding support within the law.
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.
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.
The Industrial Innovation Initiative (I3) released the following statement regarding the Department of Energy’s Industrial Decarbonization Road Map earlier this week.
Through Executive Orders, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, and the Inflation Reduction Act, the movement to cut climate damaging emissions from our industrial sector secured several monumental wins – but there is still work to be done.
Today President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 into law, marking a historic investment in the solutions necessary to meet our midcentury climate goals. This package will set the stage for unprecedented emissions reductions from the vital, yet challenging, industrial sector.
Today’s passage of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 by Congress marks a monumental investment in the solutions necessary to achieve U.S. climate goals. This package will set the stage for private investment, protect energy communities, support family-sustaining jobs, and spur emissions reductions from the vital, yet challenging, industrial sector.
Senate Democrats passed historic budget reconciliation legislation. We urge the House of Representatives to swiftly pass this package, investing in our nation’s industries and supporting family-sustaining jobs.
The Industrial Innovation Initiative (I3) released the following statement today regarding the proposed historic investments in the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
I3 dedicated the Hubs on the Horizon event to exploring the opportunities presented by the Carbon and Hydrogen Hubs projects funded in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
On April 18, 2022, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer released Michigan’s Healthy Climate Plan for midcentury decarbonization. In January of this year, the Council released an early iteration of the plan for public input. In response, I3 submitted comments commending key provisions to future proof Michigan’s local industry, calling for additional action in line with the Energy Intensive Industries Work Group recommendations, which provided the basis for the plan’s decarbonization strategies for industry.
The Industrial Innovation Initiative submitted responses to recent DOE RFIs. The responses provide industry perspective and support Initiative priorities.
The Industrial Innovation Initiative (I3) released the following statement today regarding the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) installment of Assessment Report 6.
States can capitalize on federal programs and enact state policies to effectively decarbonize their industrial and manufacturing sectors.
The Industrial Innovation Initiative released the following statement today regarding the Biden Administration’s new suite of actions to advance industrial decarbonization across American manufacturing.
I3 is meeting the unique challenge of industrial decarbonization by bringing together a diverse array of stakeholders to achieve net-zero emissions by midcentury and maintain a strong US economy.
To address climate change and pollution, U.S. industry must deeply decarbonize by leveraging technologies and approaches, and with support of research, policies and incentives.
Key announcements from COP26 advance industrial decarbonization through market-driven approaches, deployment of innovative technologies, and road maps for hard to abate sectors.
Clusters of hydrogen, industrial, and power facilities in the US could serve as launch points for deploying clean hydrogen, a versatile decarbonization solution for numerous sectors.
A new report from the Industrial Innovation Initiative (I3), an industry-labor-NGO partnership, recommends a suite of policies for congressional and state action designed to help American industry decarbonize while retaining high-wage jobs, technological leadership and economic competitiveness.
Industry is the third highest-emitting sector in the US economy and has less obvious carbon reduction pathways in comparison to electricity and transportation, where the vast majority of decarbonization discussions have focused. This post introduces the current landscape of emissions in the US industrial heartland, the Midcontinent region, to inform discussions of carbon reduction pathways. […]
(Washington, D.C.) – The Industrial Innovation Initiative, an ambitious coalition of key industrial and power companies, environmental organizations, and state officials from Midwestern and Gulf Coast states focused on decarbonization solutions for the region’s most important industrial sectors, submitted recommendations to Congress today outlining measures for consideration in COVID-19-related federal economic recovery legislation. “The industrial […]