Hydrogen Key to Meeting Collective US Decarbonization Goals
As the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow kicks off this week, we are reminded once again that solving climate change requires never-before-seen collaboration between the public and private sectors around the world. To meet the ambitious goal of achieving net-zero emissions by mid-century, sustained action and commitment from all stakeholders are needed now and into the future. Those efforts must be built upon throughout the next decade to accelerate the drive to reduce emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change.
The members of Hydrogen Forward, a coalition of companies working to make hydrogen a key contributor to the clean energy transition, are encouraged by the US Department of Energy’s (DoE) Earthshots Initiative as well as the inclusion of funding for the development of hydrogen and regional hubs to support the growth of this important technology in the US federal infrastructure package.
However, as the United States embraces a bold climate agenda, we know this is just a start. We believe the US has a unique opportunity to prioritize climate policies and establish a clear strategy for hydrogen investment through mass-scale infrastructure, development, and deployment.
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