American Council on Renewable Energy Marks One Year Anniversary of Winter Storm Uri

February 15, 2022 American Council on Renewable Energy Marks One Year Anniversary of Winter Storm Uri  WASHINGTON, D.C. – One year after Winter Storm Uri caused widespread blackouts across Texas, leaving millions without power, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) President and CEO Gregory Wetstone issued the following statement: “One year ago, Texans were failed…

ISO-NE Delays MOPR Elimination Hindering Cost-Effective Clean Energy

February 7, 2022 ISO-NE Delays MOPR Elimination Hindering Cost-Effective Clean Energy  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last Thursday, the New England Power Pool (NEPOOL) Participant’s Committee voted in support of the ISO-New England (ISO-NE)’s recommendation to delay the removal of the Minimum Offer Price Rule (MOPR) by another two years, until 2025. This action represents a reversal…

60+ Organizations Call for “Demonstrable Progress” Toward Enactment of Clean Energy Tax Platform Before State of the Union Address

February 7, 2022 60+ Organizations Call for “Demonstrable Progress” Toward Enactment of Clean Energy Tax Platform Before State of the Union Address  WASHINGTON, D.C. – More than 60 diverse stakeholders, including environmental organizations, faith groups, clean energy, energy efficiency and transportation associations, wrote to Senator Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi last…

ACORE Statement on Biden Administration Section 201 Tariff Announcement

February 4, 2022 ACORE Statement on Biden Administration Section 201 Tariff Announcement Statement From Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy: “Given multiple factors that impact domestic solar manufacturing, ACORE is encouraged to see the Biden administration modify the Section 201 tariffs to better ensure the United States has access…