Green Hydrogen: a Guide to Policy Making

House and Senate leaders have agreed to include a suite of clean energy innovation measures in a year-end omnibus spending bill to be introduced as soon as tomorrow. A bipartisan energy package hitched to the spending bill, seen by the Washington Examiner, includes provisions to boost technologies such as advanced nuclear power, energy storage, carbon capture utilization, and direct air capture. Supporters say the package would boost zero-carbon technologies that are only in the early stages of the development but considered important tools to address climate change. The language could be the best shot at passing legislation to make a dent in emissions in a divided Congress, argue supporters, which include Republican and Democratic-leaning environmental and business groups.

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