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"Hydrogen’s potential as an emission-free fuel for transportation, power generation, and industrial purposes is nothing new; however, interest in the technology has increased in recent years. Some energy professionals say hydrogen will finally have its moment, driven by the trend towards cleaner hydrogen production, the need for additional tools to address climate challenges, and hydrogen’s potential in hard-to-decarbonize sectors." Read more.
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The Breakthrough Institute
March 23, 2021
Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago
March 23, 2021
Oil Change International, Rainforest Action Network, BankTrack, Indigenous Environmental Network, Reclaim Finance,Sierra Club
March 24, 2021
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"It is hard to compare California and Texas. The California grid is interconnected in the western region of the U.S.... The state of Texas grid is not interconnected with the regional grids.... All levels of governments and their regulators need to be more prepared to address the myriad of more intense threats to energy delivery...."  
Scott Sklar, President, The Stella Group, LTD
"Setting arbitrary limits or standards by bureaucrats on the state or federal level never work successfully as Texas and California have more than adequately demonstrated. The most reliable way to assure adequate supply is to go back to vertically integrated utility companies that control their own generation, grid connections, transmission and distribution systems that 'have an obligation to serve.'" - Dr. Andrew C. Kadak, President, Kadak Associates, Inc.
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