DOE announced the recipients of the Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs funding, more than half of which will go towards Hubs producing hydrogen from fossil fuels with carbon capture and storage.
There are several issues with the EPA’s proposed rules for fossil fuel-fired power plants, the biggest being the inclusion of carbon capture and storage and hydrogen blending as Best Systems of Emissions Reduction pathways for new power plants as well as existing larger capacity plants.
In a recent webinar, speakers Sean O’Leary from the Ohio River Valley Institute, Erik Schlenker-Goodrich from the Western Environmental Law Center, and CEG’s Abbe Ramanan discussed the pervasive greenwashing of hydrogen.
2022 was a banner year for CEG’s Technical Assistance Fund and Resilient Power Leadership Initiative. CEG awarded $200,000 to 23 community-based organizations and service providers across nine states and DC. Over 40 percent of awardees were BIPOC-led organizations.
CEG checked in with our partners to better understand how solar+storage systems, installed in critical community facilities in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, performed in the wake of Hurricane Fiona. The response was overwhelmingly positive.