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Hydrogen: The next clean fuel. Maybe

Hydrogen has stolen the heart of many a clean energy wonk. But with big investments on the horizon, its climate credentials are coming under deepening scrutiny.

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Is it time for an emergency rollout of carbon-eating machines?

Facilities that suck carbon dioxide out of the air could be powerful weapons for fighting climate change. But their deployment requires a huge wartime-style investment.
Sen. Joe Manchin will determine how much President Biden can achieve on climate

Sen. Joe Manchin will determine how much President Biden can achieve on climate

In a 50-50 Senate, West Virginia moderate Joe Manchin (D) is set to become the most powerful person in Washington. He'll determine much of what President Biden can achieve -- particularly when it comes to climate change.
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Coal, ethanol industries seek sales tax exemption for carbon storage projects

Several North Dakota coal and ethanol plants are inching closer to storing carbon emissions underground, and they want lawmakers to exempt the practice from sales tax.
United Airlines is the first U.S. carrier to invest in technology to capture carbon

United Airlines is the first U.S. carrier to invest in technology to capture carbon

When it comes to cutting greenhouse gases that are driving up global temperatures and threatening the planet, there are few ways to reduce the pollution caused by air travel.
Pennsylvania’s alternative energy goals set to flatline next year, unless legislature acts
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Pennsylvania’s alternative energy goals set to flatline next year, unless legislature acts

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Cutting emissions still matters. But carbon capture rises as a battlefront
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Cutting emissions still matters. But carbon capture rises as a battlefront

Climate mitigation strategies tend to focus on emissions reduction. But carbon capture is becoming an equally vital prong of climate action. And the technology to do it is rapidly catching up.
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