It looks like America is throwing plenty of energy into reducing carbon emissions. The US expects that decarbonizing its highly-polluting energy and industrial sectors will bring long-term benefits to the economy as well as the climate, besides creating new jobs in a sustainable clean energy paradigm.
The US Department of Energy (DoE) has set an ambitious target to reduce the cost of hydrogen fuel production by 80% to US$1 per kilogram in a decade. Currently, many industries have begun to use hydrogen fuel, but its prices are as high as US$5 per kilogram. The Biden administration is taking the threat of climate change quite seriously. In April, the Biden administration had announced a new target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by around 50% by 2030. It plans to involve the American workers and industries to reach that goal.