"Now the House and Senate must continue their work on the Build Back Better Act (BBBA) to enact key climate provisions and the largest federal investment in clean energy in American history," Zichal said. "Clean energy infrastructure means jobs. With over 415,000 Americans already working in wind, solar and energy storage across America, the Build Back Better Act investment in infrastructure will continue the rapid growth of job-creating clean energy projects and help meet our emissions reduction targets."
Hydrogen was perhaps the biggest clean energy winner in the bipartisan infrastructure package, securing $9.5 billion for research and deployment of clean hydrogen technologies.
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