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New Survey: 100% of Renewable Investors Perceive U.S. Market Increasing in Attractiveness Compared to Other Leading Countries Post-IRA

A new analysis released today by the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) assesses how the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is impacting the near- and mid-term outlooks of some of the most prominent investors and developers in the renewable energy sector.

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ACORE Finance Forum Will Bring Together Government, Finance and Tech Titans to Shape the Future of Renewable Finance

The 2023 ACORE Finance Forum returns to New York City on June 7-8, bringing together leaders from across the renewable transaction landscape–investors, developers, utilities, manufacturers, advisors and buyers–to assess risk mitigation amidst uncertainties with the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) implementation, ongoing inflation, permitting challenges and transmission constraints.

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President Biden Vetoes Anti-ESG Bill

President Biden vetoed a bill today that would deny retirement plan fiduciaries the discretion to consider climate change and other environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors when making investment decisions and exercising shareholder rights. 

The Opportunity for SEC Regulation of Climate Disclosures

Corporate risk exposure to climate change is becoming ever more central to companies’ bottom lines. As a result, investors, governments and the public increasingly expect information from companies on climate risks, strategies and scenario planning. To help mitigate long-term risks, companies are adopting aggressive sustainability targets and considering environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria to better evaluate the impact of their activities and investments.