Granholm on DOE’s next steps, gas, energy ‘carrots’

November 4, 2021

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm heads to a global climate change conference today as part of a U.S. delegation she says will show the world the United States is “back” on the issue, even as President Biden’s clean energy spending remains stymied by Congress and the president pushes for more oil production.

In an interview ahead of her trip to the COP 26 climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, Granholm said she’ll be focused on several DOE initiatives at the event, including the department’s next “Energy Earthshot” aimed at removing carbon from the atmosphere. The “Carbon Negative Shot” follows similar department innovation efforts focusing on clean hydrogen and energy storage.

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