. Require energy and emissions control audits of energy-intensive, trade-exposed manufacturers (iron, steel, aluminum, pulp, paper, cement) to ensure that best available energy efficiency and greenhouse gas control practices are being used.
. Create tradable energy credits and allocate to energy-intensive, trade-exposed (EITE) entities, including manufacturers of: cement, crushed/broken stone; frozen fruit, juice and vegetable; iron and steel; polystyrene foam; glass containers; ethyl alcohol; reconstituted wood; gypsum; pulp; paper; semiconductor and related devices; basic inorganic chemicals; other plastics; mineral wool.
. Require that steel manufacturers, which use huge amounts of electricity, procure 100% renewable energy by 2030.
. Require steel manufacturers to set annual energy efficiency goals and include progress in public disclosure.
. Steel manufacturers should disclose sources of energy and emissions.
. Require large fashion retailers to use 100% recycled or sustainable materials by 2030.
. Require large fashion retailers to phase out virgin polyester.
. Require all manufacturers of leather products to report on the source of raw materials, ensuring that animals are not raised on deforested lands.
. AEIA: Establish a joint industry-government partnership to research, develop and demonstrate new sustainable manufacturing and industrial technologies and processes.
. AEIA: Establish a rebate program to encourage replacement of energy inefficient electric motors and transformers.
. AEIA: Establish a program focused on technological competitiveness and industrial emissions reduction technologies for iron, steel, steel mill products, aluminum, cement, glass, pulp, paper, and industrial ceramics.
. AEIA: Establish a program to minimize environmental impacts by designing products that enable reuse, refurbishment, remanufacturing, and recycling.
. AEIA: Provide assistance to state, local, and tribal governments to implement industrial emissions reductions and accelerate technology development.
. AEIA: Develop a national plan and technical assistance for smart manufacturing technology development and deployment to improve productivity and efficiency of the domestic manufacturing sector.
. Incentivize the use of electric technology and energy management for industrial facilities.
. Promote carbon capture, utilization, and storage for industrial uses.
. Measure and report on job creation, worker safety adherence, pollution reduction progress, and life cycle management for all goods produced.
. Create a clean‐technology industrial bank (like a “green bank”) to deploy clean manufacturing for the clean energy economy.