Lee Enterprises: "Bakken's Energy Plans for Beulah Hydrogen Hub Fizzle"
Senior Fellow Alan Krupnick discusses hydrogen hubs in a story published in several Midwestern newspapers.
Alan Krupnick of Resources for the Future, a nonprofit that researches environmental, energy and natural resource issues, said it’s “hard to know what the implications are” for the Heartland Hydrogen Hub’s application.
“But if they lost their central production facility, unless they find another one, they’re not going to have a proposal, so they won’t submit in April,” Krupnick said. “I don’t know that for a fact. But I’m just reasoning, if that was their centerpiece and they don’t have their centerpiece, then they’re scrambling.”
Data Tool — Nov 23, 2022
Hydrogen Hub Explorer
This mapping tool tracks hydrogen hub projects that have publicly expressed their intent to pursue federal funding
In Focus — Nov 28, 2023
In Focus: Native Nations and the Energy Transition
This video shares a brief overview of the economic dependence of some Native nations on fossil fuel production and the challenges of a transition to a clean energy system in the United States for these nations.
Common Resources — Nov 28, 2023
Native Nations in the Energy Transition
An ongoing research project explores energy development and production on Native American lands, along with the obstacles and paths to energy sovereignty for Native Nations.
Media Highlight — Nov 10, 2023
Energy Evolution: “Fighting Climate Change with Carbon Offsets and Fossil Fuel Retirement Credits”
RFF Fellow Brian Prest is a guest on an S&P Global podcast episode about how carbon offset markets and oil and gas retirement credits and help serve decarbonization efforts.