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Granholm details views on climate law, gas, DOE staffing

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm offered new details on how her department is handling billions of dollars from the Inflation Reduction Act as she defended support of the Mountain Valley pipeline and Biden administration actions after Republican attacks on proposed energy projects tied to China.

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DOE finalizes national hydrogen road map

The Department of Energy outlined Monday how hydrogen could become a major source of clean energy in the United States, even as the prospective industry awaits important decisions from other Biden administration agencies.

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At a global conference on clean energy, Granholm announces billions in federal aid for carbon capture and emerging technology

As world leaders gathered in New York City last week for the 77th U.N. General Assembly, another international conference focused on a global transition to clean, renewable energy took place in what has been the epicenter of the American steel industry.

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Biden administration begins $3 billion plan for electric car batteries

The Biden administration is planning a major shift to electric vehicles, but experts say it requires a secure, resilient supply of critical minerals.
OPEC and Russia to meet as war in Ukraine roils oil market

OPEC and Russia to meet as war in Ukraine roils oil market

Big producers seem to be sticking to modest output raises and alliance with Russia.
Nations should conserve fuel as global energy crisis looms, agency warns

Nations should conserve fuel as global energy crisis looms, agency warns

The International Energy Agency said countries should encourage use of mass transit and car pooling, among other things. That could also help the climate crisis.
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Granholm, gas and 'collapse the bureaucracy'

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm delivered a simple message yesterday in the nation’s oil and gas capital: Boost production even as the U.S. aims to deploy alternatives to fossil fuels “as fast as possible.”

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