The Biden administration’s Buy Clean Task Force turns its attention to sustainable construction materials, Florida Restaurateurs begin to use nonfungible tokens (NFTs), the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will invest in hydrogen and nuclear technologies, and more.
- The Biden administration’s Buy Clean Task Force is planning to launch pilot programs that promote construction materials with lower embodied carbon emissions and pollutants. (James Leggate, Engineering News-Record)
- Florida Restaurateurs are beginning to partake in the use of NFTs, including a Fort Lauderdale fast-casual chain that is using NFTs to represent investments in franchises. (Deirdra Funcheon, Bisnow)
- As part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), the Department of Energy (DOE) plans to invest $9.5 billion in clean hydrogen technologies that may include the use of nuclear power. (World Nuclear News)
- Proptech continues to generate momentous changes for the real estate and construction industry. Read about its 5 most impactful trends here. (Tomino Geron, Protocol)