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H2Success: Research and Development to Advance a Clean Hydrogen Future

Opening Statements
Chairman Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) of the Subcommittee on Energy <../../../download/chair-bowman-os-hydrogen-randd>
Chairwoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) <../../../download/chairwoman-johnson-os-hydrogen-randd>
Witnesses

02/18/22
                                                               

The difference between gray, blue, and green hydrogen

Hydrogen fuel burns clean, so it has potential as a low-carbon energy source — depending on how it’s made.
Today, most hydrogen is known as “gray”hydrogen. It’s derived from natural gas using an energy-intensive process that emits a lot of carbon dioxide.

02/15/22
                                                               

PRESS BRIEFING: U.S. Department of Energy Announces $28 Million to Develop Clean Hydrogen

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) announced $28 million in federal funding for research and development (R&D) and front-end engineering design (FEED) projects that will advance clean hydrogen as a carbon-free fuel for transportation, industrial use and electricity production. Most hydrogen in the United States is traditionally produced using natural gas without carbon capture, which is not clean.

02/07/22
                                                               

EIA releases plant-level U.S. biofuels production capacity data

As of January 1, 2021, total U.S. biofuels plant production capacity reached 21 billion gallons per year (gal/y) (or 1.3 million barrels per day [b/d]), as reported by 278 facilities. Fuel ethanol producers accounted for 85% of U.S. total biofuels production capacity, followed by biodiesel producers at 11%, and the remaining 4% by other renewable fuel producers.

09/13/21
                                                               

New Maps of Above Ground Biomass Is Set to Help Our Understanding of Global Carbon Cycling

Fluctuations in the carbon-rich biomass held within the world’s forests can contribute to, or slow, climate change. A series of new maps of above ground biomass, generated using space observations, is set to help our understanding of global carbon cycling and support forest management, emissions reduction and sustainable development policy goals.

03/21/21
                                                               

Towards Fossil-Free Energy in 2050 Report

Paris-compatible climate ambition = Net Zero Emissions in Europe by 2050. It leaves no space for unabated emissions.

09/14/20
                                                               

The Future of Hydrogen

At the request of the government of Japan under its G20 presidency, the International Energy Agency produced this landmark report to analyse the current state of play for hydrogen and to offer guidance on its future development.
The report fin

09/14/20
                                                               

A Clean Planet for all

Climate change is a serious concern for Europeans. The current changes in our planet's climate are redrawing the world and magnifying the risks for instability in all forms. The last two decades included 18 of the warmest years on record. The trend is clear. Immediate and decisive climate action is essential.

09/14/20
                                                               

The hydrogen solution?

A new star has exploded back onto the climate scene: hydrogen. It offers possibilities to move away from fossil fuels, but it brings its own challenges.

09/14/20
                                                               

How Biodiesel Works

Of course, nothing is without penalty, and biodiesel does have its drawbacks. Some have to do with the fuel itself, and many have to do with the bigger picture.

04/25/20