Senate Infrastructure Bill Won't End Dems' Clean Energy Push

By Keith Goldberg (August 2, 2021, 7:37 PM EDT) -- The bipartisan infrastructure bill introduced by the U.S. Senate shovels billions of dollars into decarbonization and clean energy development, though there's a sizable policy gap between the legislation and what's envisioned in a potential budget reconciliation bill and President Joe Biden's own infrastructure plans.

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021, which landed on the Senate floor on Monday after being issued the night before, goes big on funding large-scale decarbonization technologies including hydrogen, advanced nuclear energy and carbon emissions removal. It also devotes billions to transportation electrification and electricity grid upgrades, while further cementing the federal government's role in...

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