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US Awards $6 Billion to Subsidised Industrial Emissions Reduction Projects.

The US Energy Department has provided $6 billion in federal funding to cut carbon emissions.
Industrial carbon emissions can be reduced by replacing fossil fuels with low/no carbon options, switching to renewable electricity and electrifying vehicle fleets, and increasing the usage of recycled materials.
We welcome the US resolute move to de-carbonize industries with the aim to achieve net zero emissions.
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https://www.reuters.com/sustainability/sustainable-finance-reporting/us-awards-record-6-bln-back-industrial-emissions-reduction-projects-2024-03-25/




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  • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

    3 w

    Great step towards the journey to zet zero,such incentives will encourage more initiatives on industrial emissions reduction projects.

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    • George Kariuki

      3 w

      Love to see the focus on renewables and electrification. This is how we build a sustainable future.

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      • johnte ndeto

        3 w

        @george_kariuki It also marks a pivotal moment in the fight against climate change.

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        • Elizabeth Gathigia

          3 w

          A very commendable step that will ensure greenhouse gas emissions are reduced

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          • johnte ndeto

            3 w

            @elizbeth_gathigia This reflects a resolute commitment to tackling the pressing issue of carbon emissions

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          • Ann Nyambura

            3 w

            A significant step in the right direction.

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            • johnte ndeto

              3 w

              @ann_nyambura_542 It aligns with the global imperative to achieve net zero emissions.

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            • mary Mwihaki

              3 w

              This is so encouraging this is the only way out

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              • johnte ndeto

                3 w

                @mary_dosarah The collaborative efforts between government, industry, and society are vital.

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              • Kevin

                3 w

                Incentivization of the industry will surely create a rise in the growth of the green energy sector.Commendable

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                • johnte ndeto

                  3 w

                  @Kevin It clearly demonstrates a steadfast commitment to achieving net zero emissions.

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                • Esther Wanjiku

                  3 w

                  This is a great incentives program that will ensure sustainable projects keep coming up.

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                • Munene Mugambi

                  4 w

                  I say! This is a good move in the energy sector and their emission numbers which have been pretty high should be reduced in the near future. Only for them to ensure they don't go back to emission strong energy sources like coal mad fossil fuels, let them also invest in renewable energy for the new future in power

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                  • johnte ndeto

                    3 w

                    @munene_mugambi replacing fossil fuels with cleaner alternatives is quite commendable.

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                  • Gorffly mokua

                    4 w

                    Great news! This is a positive step towards decarbonization & reducing greenhouse gas emissions.👏

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                    • johnte ndeto

                      3 w

                      @gorffly_mokua It shows a clear dedication to transitioning towards a more sustainable, low-carbon future.

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                    • Johannes Luiga

                      4 w

                      A very encouraging step!

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                      • Gorffly mokua

                        4 w

                        @Johannes_Luiga Absolutely! 💯💚

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                        • walter lungayi

                          3 w

                          @Johannes_Luiga I strongly agree with you. This substantial investment will support initiatives aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from industrial activities, contributing to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future.

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                          • johnte ndeto

                            3 w

                            @walter_lungayi It fosters innovation and job creation in the green sector.

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                          • Jane Wangui

                            4 w

                            Green energy has always and will always be the only way out on matters regarding the pollution of the environment..This is quite commendable for the us government.

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                            • Gorffly mokua

                              4 w

                              @jane_wangui I completely agree. The transition towards green energy sources is essential for promoting sustainability & addressing the pollution issue.

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                              • Munene Mugambi

                                4 w

                                @jane_wangui It is the only way out of the hotel they have dig themselves into over the past hundreds of years through the industrial revolution and the enormous use of coal and fossil based fuels that have made them one of the most polluting countries in the world. If they had made these investments in renewables in the past, they'd be the best country in terms of clean energy and a benchmark for others

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                                • johnte ndeto

                                  3 w

                                  @munene_mugambi well articulated my brother.

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