October 2021, Vol. 248, No. 10


Methane Initiatives Place Emphasis on Rounding Up Fugitives

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor  In late summer as Congress debated the Biden administration’s trillion-dollar infrastructure legislation, Microsoft founder Bill Gates added some skin in the game with a $1.5 billion pledge to support a joint venture with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to accelerate clean energy technologies, including ways to better identify and contain methane emissions.    If the bipartisan infrastructure package passes and is signed into law, Gates is prepared to throw in his money for attempts to slow down climate change.   Gates and two dozen other billionaires, through the Breakthrough Energy Ventures Catalyst project, plan to in

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