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U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said that while a lot of progress has been made, getting to a fully decarbonized economy is going to require new technologies.
California announced $1.5 billion in port infrastructure upgrades, including for zero-emission locomotives, vessels and vehicles.
New York announced two efforts to help boost hydrogen as a means of reaching its emission-reduction goals, including energy investments from NYPA and NYSERDA.
The California Air Resources Board plans to vote on a regulation requiring new switcher locomotives to be zero-emitting by 2030 and freight locomotives by 2035.
The North American Council for Freight Efficiency has concluded that hydrogen will be a factor in long-distance heavy-duty trucking.
The California Energy Commission granted two companies $31 million to produce three-wheeled solar-powered electric cars and hydrogen powered big rigs.
Whether made from natural gas or water, hydrogen is being researched and tested to replace fossil fuels.
A UK-based company is gaining altitude in the race to develop emissions-free aircraft motors.
NextEra, Daimler and BlackRock announced a joint venture to build and operate a national network of electric charging and hydrogen refueling stations.
The Green Hydrogen Coalition sees the nation’s seaports, heavy with air pollution, as an ideal starting place for a hydrogen fuel revolution to begin.
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