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What the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill means for the US energy landscape

A group of senators has released a $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework designed to make transformational investments in energy, transport, clean water and broadband infrastructure.
carbontech

New York governor announces funding for carbontech innovation programme

There is a need to increase investments in technology R&D with the carbontech solutions market still in its infancy stage.
carbon capture

Baker Hughes secures rights to use SRI’s carbon capture technology

A new deal signed by global energy technology company Baker Hughes will help the company to expand its portfolio of carbon capture technologies.
carbon capture

Carbon capture technology faces a difficult few years

A new report from IDTechEx explores the technical and commercial factors that are key to ensuring the success of the carbon capture industry.
100$ million dollar awarded by Elon Musk for carbon capture technology

Ed’s note: Elon Musk, the carbon capture quest and a $100 million prize

Elon Musk launched his challenge to find the best carbon dioxide removal technologies in the world, is this something the utility industry should look at?
emissions

Ed’s note: Could emissions capturing technology change the natural gas story?

Is it possible to change the story of natural gas – or even coal – through the use of carbon capture technology? Our most-read article over the past few days has been one about a...
Eni renewables

Eni announces renewables-powered restructuring plan

Eni has announced a restructuring of its business operations, with a strong focus on incorporating renewable energy and wide-spread energy efficiency and decarbonisation efforts.
Coal plant closure

RWE, SSE close last coal plants – only four left in Britain

UK energy giants SSE and RWE have shut down their last two coal-fired plants - the Fiddler's Ferry power station in Warrington, Sheffield, and the Aberthaw coal-fired station in Wales, after nearly half a century of operation.
UK hydrogen

UK government backs world-first low carbon hydrogen projects

The UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded £13m ($17m) to fund two world-first hydrogen projects led by the HyNet consortium in the northwest of England.
General Electric sustainability

US DoE offers $43 million in CCS funding for power sector

The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) has announced up to $43 million in funding to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies

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