ACORE Statement on the 2018 Omnibus Spending Bill

Statement by Gregory Wetstone, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), President and Chief Executive Officer   Washington, D.C., March 22, 2018 – “The omnibus funding agreement for 2018 reflects the bipartisan support enjoyed by renewable energy and advanced grid technologies, with increases in funding for cutting-edge research that will help keep America competitive in the booming…

America’s Renewable Energy Industry to Gather for Annual ACORE Policy Forum

Policymakers and Business Leaders to Reflect on Monumental Shifts in Federal Energy Policy While Discussing Pathways for Continued Clean Energy Growth   WHAT: The American Council on Renewable Energy’s (ACORE) annual Renewable Energy Policy Forum (March 14, 2018 – Washington, D.C.) convenes industry leaders and policymakers to discuss energy and tax policy, debate pressing issues in…

American Council on Renewable Energy Announces Transition in Board Chair

BlackRock’s Head of Renewable Power Succeeds Dan Reicher of Stanford University after a 10-Year Tenure Washington, D.C., March 6, 2018 – The American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) today announced that David Giordano, Managing Director at BlackRock Alternative Investments, will become chair of the organization’s Board of Directors at its June board meeting. Giordano succeeds Dan…

ACORE Statement on the Administration’s Framework for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America

Statement by Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)   Washington, D.C. Feb. 12, 2018 – “The president’s proposed infrastructure plan is intended to leverage public capital to attract private investment, but it fails to build on the momentum generated by the largest source of private sector infrastructure investment for the past seven…

ACORE Statement on FERC Order Terminating Proposed Grid Reliability and Resilience Pricing Rule

Statement by Gregory Wetstone, President and CEO, American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)   Washington, D.C. Jan. 8, 2018 – “We are pleased that in today’s final action the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) declined to move forward with the Department of Energy’s proposed subsidy for coal and nuclear power, embarking instead on a new process seeking…