DNREC’s new environmental justice webpage will include a mapping tool that will enable Delawareans to use a wide range of screening criteria for pinpointing areas that have historically been vulnerable to contaminants and other pollution to the state’s land, air and water.
Presented at virtual public meetings between Nov. 14 and 17 on electric vehicle infrastructure and clean car regulations that the state is pursuing to reduce transportation-related emissions.
Learn how hydrogen provides solutions to reducing the power sector’s GHG emissions, while continuing to utilize existing gas assets.
This report identifies ways for federal, state, and local leaders and utilities to incorporate EVs as a strategy to achieve GHG emissions reduction targets and prioritize equity while maintaining power reliability.
In this first edition of the Progress or Politics Report, we break down some of the recent dialogue around a heavily debated anaerobic digestion project in Seaford, Delaware.
ICF and Norton Rose Fulbright teamed up to examine hydrogen’s role in achieving near-to-mid-term decarbonization targets.
EPA tracks total U.S. emissions by publishing the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks. This annual report estimates the total national greenhouse gas emissions and removals associated with human activities across the United States.
ICF reports on how organizations around the world are decarbonizing their economies by developing smart strategies in grid edge management, distributed energy resources, renewables development, climate mitigation and more.
“Clean hydrogen and related technologies can play a key role in decarbonizing many sectors, including medium- and heavy-duty transportation; industries such as ammonia and steel; heating applications; and power generation, including enabling long duration energy storage.”