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ACORE Reflects on the One-Year Anniversary of the IRA

On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the largest climate bill in American history – the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) – into law, a landmark investment of $369 billion in climate and clean energy programs.

A year on, the IRA has made America the green envy of the world – but there’s more to do

The landmark bill has transformed sentiment among investors and developers to U.S. renewable energy but also laid bare challenges yet to be met, writes Gregory Wetstone.

ACORE Partners with the National Urban League to Publish Inaugural Climate and Clean Energy Section of the 2023 State of Black America Report

Working in collaboration to help illustrate the path toward a just and equitable clean energy future, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) has partnered with the National Urban League on the release of its 2023 State of Black America® report, “Democracy in Peril: Confronting the Threat Within.”

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A Realistic Plan to Drive Economic Recovery While Protecting Our Climate

At the heart of the Biden administration’s new American Jobs Plan are provisions designed to accelerate the transition to renewable power and modernize the nation’s outdated electric grid. A long-overdue response to pleas from scientists concerned by clear evidence of climate instability, these policies can also catalyze America’s economic recovery.

ACORE Commends Congress for Including Commonsense Emergency Relief Measures for the Renewable Sector in Year-End Spending and COVID Relief Legislation

Congress has reached a bipartisan deal that contains important emergency relief measures for the renewable energy industry, including a two-year extension of the investment tax credit (important for solar power), a one-year extension of the production tax credit (important for wind power), and a new 30% investment tax credit for offshore wind projects that start construction through 2025.