North Dakota board aimed at curbing emissions recommends funding for hydrogen hub, natural gas plant

December 16, 2021

Members of a new North Dakota board aimed at fostering cleaner energy production in the state’s fossil fuel sectors recommended more than $160 million in grants and loans on Tuesday, Dec. 14, to a slate of applicants that ranged from a massive natural gas plant to a proposed hub for hydrogen fuel to carbon capture ventures at coal and ethanol facilities.

The Clean Sustainable Energy Authority recommended a total of $28 million in grants and $135 million in loans for its potential inaugural beneficiaries. Those awards still need final approval from the North Dakota Industrial Commission, the three-member business regulatory panel chaired by Gov. Doug Burgum, which will hold its final meeting of the year next week.

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