Recorded on May 18, 2023
Topics: Federal Policy, Webinar, Manufacturing and Infrastructure
Recorded on December 6, 2022The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) includes nearly $370 billion in federal incentives – an historic sum to accelerate the deployment of clean energy, electrify transportation, and make homes and buildings more efficient and less reliant on fossil fuels. Whether it succeeds, however, depends on what happens at the state level.
Topics: State Policy, Federal Policy, Webinar, Manufacturing, Manufacturing and Infrastructure, Leah Rubin Shen
Recorded on September 27, 2022
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has been hailed as not only the most expansive piece of climate legislation ever to pass the U.S. Congress, but also a landmark piece of industrial policy. With unprecedented direct investments in advanced energy manufacturing, and incentives to spur demand for U.S.-made EVs, solar panels, batteries, and more, the Act is designed to revitalize American industry. But will it?
Topics: Federal Policy, Webinar, Manufacturing, Manufacturing and Infrastructure, Harrison Godfrey
Recorded on August 4, 2022
On July 27, U.S. Senator Joe Manchin announced an agreement with Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer proposing the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (the ‘IRA’), setting #EnergyTwitter aflutter with newfound optimism for accelerating the growth of clean energy—and so many questions! AEE was in on the Act, with a focus on the domestic manufacturing, tax incentives, and key provisions included in this far-reaching budget reconciliation package, which includes $369 billion for climate, advanced energy, and transportation. In this ‘Ask Us Anything' webinar, recorded live on August 4, 2022, a team of leading policy experts field questions about what the IRA means for the advanced energy industry.
Topics: Federal Policy, Webinar, Harrison Godfrey, Tom Lewis
Recorded on February 8, 2022
With the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Congress committed billions of dollars to the deployment of advanced energy technologies, products, and services. Now it’s time for states to tap the various programs and funding channels made available by the legislation, as well as those that may come to fruition through further climate legislation, to build their own advanced energy economies from the ground up. In this webinar, federal and state officials, as well as industry executives, discussed how states around the country can get the most out of accelerating the energy transition – for customers, workers, communities, and the economy.
Topics: State Policy, Federal Policy, Webinar, Legislative, Economic Impact, Leah Rubin Shen