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A partnership between the City of Denver and Xcel Energy has helped both achieve their goals. The Energy Trust of Oregon helps facilitate similar partnerships in their state. What other examples of public-private partnerships can serve as models for states and municipalities? Watch our webinar recording (Twitter thread), and comment in our online discussion.
"I believe public-private partnerships can play a pivotal role in enabling the U.S. and other countries transition to a clean-energy economy by creating effective new approaches to build critical infrastructure. Examples of such critical clean-energy infrastructure [include] a North American smart high-capacity electric power network for transporting renewable/clean power from supplying regions with excess capacity to other regions demanding such power; [and] a North American hydrogen pipeline network...."
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February 5, 2021
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Hydrogen is generating a lot of buzz in the U.S. energy world, but what might look like a nascent technological revolution is not going to occur overnight, according to several experts interviewed in this episode of the podcast series Energy Evolution from S&P Global Market Intelligence. But while hydrogen has received its fair share of hype in the past, this time may be different as the growth of sustainability-driven investments, rising pressure to act on climate change and shifting economics are increasingly favoring hydrogen technologies.
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