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Heavy Industry 101
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Heavy Industry 101

C3 Solutions outlines how to reduce emissions from heavy industry in Heavy Industry 101. “While economically important, heavy industry is also one of the leading CO2-emitting sectors of both the domestic and global economy. Globally, industry accounts for about 19% of direct greenhouse gas emissions and 33% of total emissions when supply chains are considered. Due to...

Star power: Can nuclear fusion fuel an Innovation Nation?
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Star power: Can nuclear fusion fuel an Innovation Nation?

“Now I don’t know if the potential outlined in that New York Times story is going to pan out. But it does suggest the merit of being an Innovation Nation that properly funds science, encourages high-impact startups, and maintains its position as the planet’s premier destination for talent. Because when scientific discovery and tech progress pay off, they can pay off in extraordinary ways.”

Increased Buzz Around Advanced Reactors Signals More Momentum for Carbon-Free Energy
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Increased Buzz Around Advanced Reactors Signals More Momentum for Carbon-Free Energy

“The momentum for new reactors is growing as the technology receives government support and is maturing because of the hard work of developers. I’m glad there is now more widespread recognition for the carbon-free applications new reactors bring to electricity generation and beyond. These new developments will lead to a diverse portfolio of advanced reactors that are positioned to meet needs: for new customers, new markets and the climate.”

Here’s what congressional Republicans are thinking on climate following the election
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Here’s what congressional Republicans are thinking on climate following the election

“Potential areas of agreement include clean energy spending in a pandemic-related stimulus package, infrastructure investments, including transmission lines for renewables and chargers for electric vehicles, extensions of solar and wind tax credits, and additional subsidies for battery storage, and legislation phasing down hydrofluorocarbons, a potent pollutant used in cooling systems.”

Hawaiian Seaweed Makes Cows 90% Less Gassy – And That’s Good For Climate Change
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Hawaiian Seaweed Makes Cows 90% Less Gassy – And That’s Good For Climate Change

“The startup points to research from The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Penn State and University of California-Davis that shows replacing just 0.4% of a cow’s feed with A. taxiformis reduces the amount of methane the cow produces by more than 90%. The seaweed works in a cow’s stomach to inhibit hydrogen and carbon dioxide from combining to form methane.”

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