On her first day on the job, U.S. energy secretary Jennifer Granholm described her department as the U.S. government’s “in-house solutions powerhouse.”

It would be the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), she said, that would lead the charge to reach a net-zero U.S. economy by 2050, by “developing and deploying the technologies that will deliver a clean energy revolution.”

This week Granholm tapped into that lofty ambition in launching “Hydrogen Shot,” the first of a series of initiatives aimed at driving breakthroughs in clean energy technologies over the next decade.

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