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

  • CNX Resources plans to construct a $1.5 billion facility at Pittsburgh's airport for hydrogen-based fuels, pending approval of coal mine methane for tax credits by President Joe Biden's administration.
  • Pittsburgh labor unions and top Pennsylvania officials support the project, aiming to create thousands of construction jobs.
  • The facility aims to convert methane from coal mines into hydrogen-based airline fuel, potentially replacing most jet fuel at Pittsburgh International Airport.
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