Decarbon Daily - Issue for August 3, 2021
Inside this issue
The infrastructure full text was released, and I'm starting to dig into the energy and climate components. I jumped to some obvious sections but here are some highlights thus far:
- $12.5 billion for CCUS projects
- $3.5 billion for direct air carbon capture hubs
- $2.1 billion for CO2 pipelines
- $8.0 billion for four regional hydrogen fuel commercialization zones
- $2.5 billion for alternate fuel stations (CNG, LNG, EV, etc)
- $5.0 billion for EV charging
More to come on the infrastructure bill as I dig into each section!
Inside this Issue
💰 TPG Announces $5.4 Billion First Close of TPG Rise Climate Fund
📊 Highlights From The BP Statistical Review Of World Energy 2021
🔋 Piedmont Lithium delays timeline to supply Tesla
🇺🇸 Five Carbon Capture Projects in the U.S.
Articles in this issue
TPG Announces $5.4 Billion First Close of TPG Rise Climate Fundpress.tpg.com
TPG Rise Climate, the climate investing strategy of TPG’s global impact investing platform TPG Rise, today announced the first close of $...
Highlights From The BP Statistical Review Of World Energy 2021www.rrapier.com
Earlier this month the BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2o21 was released, covering energy data through 2020. The Review provides a ...
Piedmont Lithium delays timeline to supply Teslawww.reuters.com
Piedmont Lithium said it will delay first shipments of lithium chemicals to EV maker Tesla. It does not have a definitive date for when d...
Five Carbon Capture Projects in the U.S.www.asme.org
Carbon capture is back. In March, the U.S. Department of Energy announced up to $24 million for research into technology that captures ca...