ACORE President & CEO at Waterpower Week: “Renewable power is now cleaner, safer and more affordable than any other form of electricity”

  April 1, 2019   ACORE President & CEO at Waterpower Week: “Renewable power is now cleaner, safer and more affordable than any other form of electricity” Washington, D.C.  – In the opening plenary session today during the National Hydropower Association’s Waterpower Week, Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy…

ACORE Statement on the Trump Administration’s Repeal of Renewable Energy Incentives and Cuts to DOE Renewable Energy Programs in the FY 2020 Budget

  March 13, 2019 ACORE Statement on the Trump Administration’s Repeal of Renewable Energy Incentives and Cuts to DOE Renewable Energy Programs in the FY 2020 Budget Statement by Greg Wetstone President and CEO, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)   Washington, D.C. – “We are deeply disappointed by the Administration’s FY 2020 budget request. There…

ACORE Statement on the Energy Provisions in U.S. House Ways and Means Committee’s Tax Legislation

Statement by Todd Foley, Senior Vice President, Policy & Government Affairs, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) Washington, D.C., November 27, 2018 – “We’re encouraged that Chairman Kevin Brady (R-TX) has acknowledged the lack of parity for expired renewable energy incentives that apply to geothermal, hydropower, closed and open-loop biomass, and marine hydro-kinetic power generation. However,…

Decarbonizing Corporate Value Chains

Decarbonizing Corporate Value Chains: How Upstream, Downstream & Midstream Companies are Advancing Renewable Energy Purchasing reviews how large corporate adopters are implementing business-to-business market incentives that encourage renewable energy procurement throughout their value chains. Featuring insights and best practices from The Dow Chemical Company, IBM, Mars, Apex Clean Energy, First Solar and Wilson Sonsini, the…