ACORE works in Congress, with the Administration, at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, before state legislatures, and across power markets to promote and defend policies that accelerate the transition to a renewable energy economy.
With more than $50 billion in annual U.S. investment, renewable energy is one of the fastest growing sectors in our nation’s economy and a leading source of new American jobs. ACORE plays a critical role facilitating increased capital formation and investment in renewable energy and enabling technologies as capital stacks evolve and existing tax credits are scheduled to phase out.
ACORE works to promote policies, market reforms and financial structures that facilitate high levels of renewable energy integration and incentivize the use of energy storage and other enabling technologies.
America’s renewable energy sector plays a critical role in reducing the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the harmful impacts of climate change. ACORE is focused on confronting the near- and long-term policy challenges that must be addressed in order for the United States to play its part in meeting Paris emissions reduction targets.
In 2018, ACORE launched a new campaign that aims to reach $1 trillion in U.S. private sector investment in renewable energy and enabling grid technologies by 2030. Achieving this ambitious objective would close America’s innovation and investment gap with other nations, build on the impressive track record of renewable energy job creation, and keep the U.S. within striking distance of the Paris Climate Accord.
To reach the $1T 2030 goal, ACORE is working to strategically advance key policy reforms and market drivers through the following near-term priorities: accelerate energy storage, modernize power markets, and expand the C&I marketplace while improving ESG scoring practices.
ACORE tracks campaign progress through its $1T 2030 Progress Report and Annual Investor Survey.
A Renewable America (ARA) Jobs Tour was launched in 2017 to ensure key decision makers and the public understand the significant economic benefits renewable energy provides communities from coast to coast.
The renewable energy sector employs 549,911 Americans and has quickly become one of the nation’s leading drivers of job growth. The ARA Jobs Tour helps connect wind and solar business leaders with policymakers across the U.S. to shine a light on the renewable sector’s positive impact on local economies, and the policies and market drivers that will allow America’s continued renewable energy growth.