Research and Resources
How hydrogen can revolutionize the energy industry by 2030
ICF and Norton Rose Fulbright teamed up to examine hydrogen’s role in achieving near-to-mid-term decarbonization targets.
Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
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.
Why should we care about hydrogen intensity?
“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.”
National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency
“The National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency was a private-public initiative to create a sustainable, aggressive national commitment to energy efficiency through the collaborative efforts of gas and electric utilities, utility regulators, and other partner organizations.”
What are today’s most transformative energy transition technologies?
“The energy transition is a rapid evolution fueled by a collective commitment to a sustainable future. Technology is a crucial enabler. From biofuels to hydrogen and carbon capture, utilization and storage, innovation is the key that will unlock a lower-carbon world.”