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Governor Eric J. Holcomb will lead an economic development trip to Egypt, where he will join global leaders at the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP27) in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. At the conference, Gov. Holcomb will deliver a keynote address about Indiana’s efforts to usher in clean energy infrastructure and innovation to the state’s mixture of energy sources. This is the first time a governor of Indiana has participated in a UN COP event, and Gov. Holcomb will be the only U.S. Midwest governor in attendance this year.

Indiana, which now ranks No. 4 in the U.S. for new clean energy projects under development, is working with a Midwest coalition to pursue a regional hydrogen hub to fuel existing and future industrial processes; actively pursuing industry growth in energy transition-focused manufacturing, investing in companies that are building batteries, electric vehicles, solar panels and microelectronics; and developing a diversified energy strategy.

While at COP27 the governor will advance clean energy- and technology-focused discussions with businesses, universities, U.S. and foreign governments and organizations.

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