CNX plans $1.5B hydrogen fuels plant at Pittsburgh airport, but wants federal tax credit to build it

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(Tribune Review, May 15, 2024) 

Natural gas producer CNX Resources said it plans to build a $1.5 billion facility at Pittsburgh’s airport to make hydrogen-based fuels, but only if President Joe Biden’s administration allows coal mine methane to qualify for tax credits that are central to the Democrat’s plan to fight climate change.

 

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PGH Works member CNX continues to lead in combining our region’s energy resources with cutting-edge innovation to create jobs and reduce environmental impact.

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