Energy summit focuses on practical solutions for fighting climate change

November 11, 2021

Leaders within California’s petroleum and renewable-energy capital gathered Wednesday to highlight technologies with the potential to forestall climate change, even as some warned that the substantial investments necessary won’t happen if Sacramento policymakers don’t face certain business realities and invite industry into the discussion.

At the same time world leaders in Scotland were mulling aggressive climate targets, speakers at the annual Kern County Energy Summit in downtown Bakersfield examined the business case for greenhouse gas-cutting technologies such as carbon capture and sequestration, renewable natural gas and hydrogen energy.

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