A group of representatives from leading US-based energy institutions and companies have launched a new Pennsylvania-based clean energy project that aims to elevate the state’s reputation as a leader in clean energy.
By educating policymakers on nascent clean energy technology such as carbon capture and storage (CCS), hydrogen energy, wind energy, and other zero-carbon fuels, the group hopes to transform Pennsylvania into an energy hub.
Having obtained $8bn in funding, the state is currently attempting to become one of the nation’s first hydrogen hubs through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Comprised of former Auditor General Eugene DePasquale, Dean Lee R. Kump – Dean of the Penn State School of Earth Sciences, Osama Al-Qasem – PDC Machines, and former state representative Marguerite Quinn, the non-partisan group has called for the state to invest in new green technology and carbon capture to permanently remove CO2 emissions.
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