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Hydrogen industry growth lags behind U.S. climate targets

Hydrogen industry growth lags behind U.S. climate targets

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm highlights the slow growth of the clean hydrogen industry, posing challenges to achieving U.S. climate goals.

Christian Robles andCarlos Anchondo report for E&E News.

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DOE sets course for offshore wind's integration with national grid

DOE sets course for offshore wind's integration with national grid

In a move to fortify the U.S. power supply, the Department of Energy outlines a strategy for connecting offshore wind farms to the country's electric grid.

Heather Richards reports for E&E News.

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Grid rewiring: An answer for Biden's climate goals?

Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm’s search for clean energy solutions has led her to a strategy that dodges permitting problems, saves money and could bring large amounts of renewables online, but remains largely unused.

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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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Granholm defends support for Mountain Valley Pipeline
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Granholm defends support for gas pipeline, citing energy security

"These are really hard decisions," President Joe Biden's Energy secretary said.
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Biden admin paradox: Boost oil — and cut CO2?

The Biden administration’s seemingly contradictory energy and climate strategy was on full display here Wednesday: Try to pivot away from fossil fuels, but promote them for now.

How long will Biden's climate cabinet stick around?

How long will Biden's climate cabinet stick around?

"It wouldn’t be a lot of fun to run an agency if it’s going to be pilloried for the next two years,” said former EPA Administrator William Reilly.
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