June 21st, 2022

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As the United States (U.S.) economy moves toward clean energy and a lower carbon future, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is seeking to partner with states, communities, and industries to support the procurement and development of carbon conversion products. These efforts have been enabled by provisions included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).

June 14th, 2022

As the United States (U.S.) economy moves toward clean energy and a lower carbon future, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is seeking to partner with states, communities, and industries to support the procurement and development of carbon conversion products. These efforts have been enabled by provisions included in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).

April 18th, 2022

Free and open to the Public.

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Economic Impact and Diversity (DOE-ED) and Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (DOE-FECM) are holding a public listening session in New Orleans focused on environmental, climate, and energy justice considerations associated with large-scale carbon management infrastructure projects.

March 30th, 2022

Join us and the Interagency Working Group on Coal and Power Plant Communities & Economic Revitalization for a national workshop exploring strategies for and the many benefits of repurposing legacy fossil fuel infrastructure, including closed coal mines, coal power plants, and orphaned oil and gas wells.

March 8th, 2022

Hydrogen has a long history from powering the first combustion engines over 200 years ago to becoming an integral fuel of the modern refining industry. However, due to safety concerns and the advent of alternate energy sources, hydrogen in the past never became mainstreamed as a viable fuel choice.

November 17th, 2021

The Government of Honduras (GOH) has made significant strides improving macroeconomic indicators over the last several years, however; progress has been more difficult in the energy sector despite a number of important advances.

September 30th, 2021

On September 30, 2021, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management, USEA's Consensus Program held a workshop on Models for Deployment of CCUS Hubs. The first half of the workshop consisted of presentations from NGO's and academic insitutions presenting various models, studies, and reports they had produced looking at the importance of CCUS and CCUS Hubs to decarbonization efforts.

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