‘So many ways hydrogen can go wrong’: Hub announcements viewed with caution
The Friday announcement that seven projects had been selected to receive $7 billion in seed money to kickstart the production of clean hydrogen across the country was billed by President Joe Biden’s administration as a major step toward slashing carbon emissions, creating thousands of domestic jobs and positioning the U.S. as a clean energy leader. […]
Democrats push more resilient, lower-carbon infrastructure at U.S. Senate climate hearing
The changing climate is hurting infrastructure and the national economy, members of a U.S. Senate panel and experts said Wednesday. Members of both parties on the U.S. Senate Budget Committee agreed at a Wednesday hearing on the need for more resilient infrastructure that could withstand the pressures of a changing climate. They also agreed speeding […]
How the promise of a clean energy future in Pa. could be undone by politics | Analysis
The state’s powerful oil and gas industry wields influence in ways that could blunt the impact of the Inflation Reduction Act.
What can Pa. learn from a Washington State community’s transition away from fossil fuels?
New reports highlight how to repair the Appalachian economy without relying on fracking
Pgh. Mayor Bill Peduto unveils a plan to help the Ohio Valley transition from fossil fuels
Last week, he introduced his “Marshall Plan for Middle America,” which looks to provide a road map for investment in renewable energy through federal funds, private corporations with public guidance from local governments, and input from universities.